OSAKA, Japan – President Donald Trump defended on Saturday the performance of former Vice President Joe Biden in the first Democratic presidential debate, saying that Sen. Kamala Harris considered "too much recognition" for her scathing attack on Biden over his history Races and buses have been segregated schools.
Although he admitted that Biden "certainly did not go well," Trump said that the facts may not have been on Biden's side and that he "would have answered the question a little differently if it had been a different outcome." 19659002] Trump spoke with reporters at a press conference after the G20 summit in Japan, saying that Harris's line of attack was "so out of the tin" that she had been rehearsed prematurely.
"It was not so outstanding and I think he was probably hit harder than he should have been hit, "said Trump.
The President's unexpected defense against Biden, the leader in the Democratic race in 2020, cam as Harris after her debate in Miami On Thursday, taking a fresh look at primary voters,
Trump has in the past directed most of his political rage on opponents whom he considers the biggest threat.
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2019
"You never know who's going to be tough," Trump told his potential competitors. "One of those who you believe will be hard will be less."
The President also announced that his government would publish a new guideline on school bus traffic, which he described as "very interesting" "and" very surprising "even though he did not give any details.
Trump polled NBC News, that it will be released in the coming months.
In the Thursday's debate, Biden was put on the defensive when Harris questioned his record on separation and bus traffic.
Biden led a block of senators decades ago who refused to use federal funds to separate schools by charging students with busses, and in the last few weeks has been bumped into co-operation with legislators who in his early years were senators of segregation and civil rights On Increasing Criticism.
Harris underlined her fiery attack with an emotional story about her own Er Experiences as a young black girl who grew up in California.
It told the story of a little girl who was part of a wave of children committed to the integration of Californian schools, ending with "This little girl was me."
Biden's defensive and meandering response Some analysts came concluded that he had lost political ground during the debate.
"That was not Winston Churchill we're dealing with, okay?" Trump said about Biden. "But it was not nearly as bad as they suspected."
Biden attempted to clarify his position on the subject on Friday, and explained this to an audience at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition Convention in Chicago, "We all know that 30 seconds to 60 seconds in a campaign discussion exchange a life that stands for civil rights can not do justice. "