Trump Retweets Firefighters Who Say They Won’t Vote For Joe Biden

Trump Retweets Firefighters Who Say They Won’t Vote For Joe Biden

Trump Retweets Firefighters Who Say They Won’t Vote For Joe Biden

Socialism has been a hot topic in the Democrat race so far with Sanders running as a Democratic Socialist and many other candidates adding socialistic planks to their campaign platform, but a majority of likely voters in both parties are against it: 60.75 percent say they would not support a candidate that said the US should be more socialistic and 59.13 percent say they identify as a Capitalist.

Stephen Colbert hinted that former Vice President Joe Biden may need to tweak his "new" 2020 campaign slogan, especially if he wants to compete with President Trump's popular "Make America Great Again" rallying cry.

Biden more than doubled his advantage over Sanders, from 6 to 14 points, among likely Democratic primary voters according to a Morning Consult poll.

Earlier on Monday, Trump - provoked by Biden's comments about white supremacist violence at Charlottesville, Virginia, and Biden receiving the endorsement of the International Association of Fire Fighters union - directed his ire at Biden.

Biden didn't get into the specifics of policy in his first rally as a presidential candidate, but he did lay out the beginnings of a platform for his campaign. "Workers feel powerless, too often humiliated", Biden said.

Meanwhile, Trump immediately began taking shots at Biden on Twitter, even though his advisors have warned him against such behavior.

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The host of "The Ingraham Angle" told viewers Tuesday evening that Mr. Biden and his peers have a lot of chutzpah to frame themselves as "moral exemplars of the 21st century", given their collective silence on infanticide and embrace of late-term abortion legislation. "We can't justify them", Biden said. I strongly opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership, he supported it. "They didn't do the job and now you have Trump, who is getting it done - big time!" "Some things never change!"

Trump quote-tweeted Bongino, stating, "I've done more for Firefighters than this dues-sucking union will ever do, and I get paid ZERO!" "But the members love Trump".

"I'm sick of this President badmouthing unions", he said.

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, 77, and former Vice President Joe Biden, 76, are the oldest contenders in the vast Democratic field. Minimum wage, overtime pay, the 40-hour week: they exist for all of us because unions fought for those rights.

Pennsylvania is a key battleground state where white, working-class defections from the Democratic Party helped Trump win in 2016.

He made a passing reference to the reorganization of the USA auto industry under the Obama administration, in which he played a critical role as vice president, mentioning the "sacrifices" made by auto workers and the taxpayer bailout of General Motors.

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