President Donald Trump snapped former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Monday and said business titan "does not have the courage to run for President!"
"Watch him at @
60minutes last night and I agree with him that he is not the "smartest person", "Trump wrote." Besides, America already has that! I just hope Starbucks still pays me their rent at the Trump Tower! "
Schultz said he was considering an independent campaign warrant in an interview with CBS" that aired on Sunday, a Democrat has his party and the GOP for a "ruthless failure" of constitutional responsibility chased the air, targeting the president's social media habits.
Trump continues to be popular with Republicans, according to survey data, and Schultz has proposed an agenda that is broadly in line with the moderate Democrats. He is at odds with many candidates currently in the race, or is expected to adopt issues such as general health care, which, according to Schultz, are unrealistic. [1
HowardSchultz ever heard the old sentence: "The road to hell is paved with good intentions?" Wrote Larry Sabato, a senior political analyst and director of the University of Virginia's Policy Center, in a post Twitter. Someone should explain it to him, his slogan could also be "re-election of Trump."
Some Democratic competitors have also focused on Schultz's possible run and pushed him against running.
"Obviously, if we nominate someone with extreme positions who do not reflect the majority of Americans, then people like Schultz will have the chance to be in the center of the center with moderates," wrote John Delaney, a Democratic candidate and former US Congressman for Maryland. "If that happens, Trump wins."
Julián Castro, another candidate for 2020 and former secretary for housing and urban development under President Barack Obama, told CNN that a Schultz run would provide "Donald Trump" with his best hope to be re-elected.
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