Donald Trump bashes Democratic rivals during pre-Super Bowl show

Carla Harmon
February 3, 2020

"Why should he get a box to stand on?"

Trump aired another 30-second commercial later in the game highlighting employment gains during his term. But I would love to run against Bloomberg.

"It became this mission that I just didn't want to give up", Kardashian West said of getting her legal team involved in Johnson's case in a Today interview a year ago. President Trump said this decision was made because the he is "too boring", which is something the president has stressed since Bloomberg first announced his bid.

"The president is lying".


"Alice Johnson was sentenced to serve life in prison for a nonviolent drug offense", the commercial read.

"I have little nicknames for all of them", Trump said. He is going nowhere, just wasting his money, but he is getting the DNC to rig the election against Crazy Bernie, something they wouldn't do for @CoryBooker and others.

"Cory Booker and all these people couldn't get all the things that Bloomberg's getting now", Trump continued.

A Democratic official said there have been no discussions about the topic, noting that Mr. Bloomberg has yet to qualify for a debate. He is a pathological liar who lies about everything: "his fake hair, his obesity, and his spray-on tan".


Numerous ads you are watching were paid for by Mini Mike Bloomberg.

Bloomberg's 60-second spot features Calandrian Kemp, a Texas mother whose son George was shot to death.

Trump said he'd like to work with the Democrats, but saw how impossible that would be, given what's happened. Nancy Pelosi? A "very confused, very nervous woman". "I use the word 'witch hunt, ' use the word 'hoax'". I mean, you know, look, I think of communism when I think of Bernie.

"So, I'm not sure that this is a development that he's going to welcome, frankly", Yang said. Mr. Trump is expected to be acquitted by the Senate on Wednesday.


The interview aired just days before Mr. Trump was set to deliver a State of the Union address that aides say will offer an optimistic message to a divided nation. Of course, there have been no reports that Trump's assertion is true.

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