Trump just destroyed one 2020 Democrat hopeful with these five words
Dozens of Democrats are jockeying for 2020.
Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, and even Joe Biden are rumored to run.
But Trump ended the hopes and dreams of one 2020 contender with these five words.
Many have speculated for years that former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg would make a run for the White House.
Political pundits believe Bloomberg is a strong candidate given his financial status and fundraising abilities.
The leftwing media loves him because he is a former Republican turned gun control activist.
But when Trish Regan of Fox Business asked the President about Michael Bloomberg he gave this answer:
“I think he’d be easy. I think he’d be so easy. I don’t think he’ll get through to the Democrats.”
The Daily Caller reports:
President Donald Trump brushed off a potential Democratic presidential run by former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg in an interview with the Fox Business Network.
“Michael Bloomberg might be running,” Fox Business host Trish Regan said to Trump, who abruptly replied, “That’s good.”
Trump continued, “I think he’d be easy. I think he’d be so easy. I don’t think he’ll get through to the Democrats.”
The president also noted that he does not think Bloomberg would survive the Democratic primary process: “I think the Democrats will eat him up. You know you have a lot of people running. I’m hearing names that are shockingly bad but they’re nasty.”
Bloomberg has spent millions trying to install Democrats in office over the past several election cycles.
Many of them will owe him favors.
And Bloomberg is the worst nightmare candidate for anyone who supports the Second Amendment.
He’s bankrolled the anti-gun group Everytown for Gun Safety, which pushes for so-called Universal Background Checks.
This would lead to a national database of every gun and gun owner in the country.
So even if he failed in his bid for the White House, he could successfully push gun control to the top of the agenda for the Democrats.