President Trump said he would prefer to play former vice-president Joe Biden rather than face another campaign against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Trump continues to criticize Clinton, even after he defeated them The 2016 presidential race was a rare praise from the former foreign minister when he once again described Biden as "sleepy".
"I think Hillary Clinton was a great candidate. She was very smart. She was very tough. She was ruthless and vicious, "Trump said during an interview on NBC's" Meet The Press. "" [Biden’s] sleepy. She was not tired. "
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This is not the first time that Trump claims he would prefer to run counter to Biden , who consistently leads a crowded democratic field and has achieved success in direct polls against Trump, compared himself with other candidates in 2020.
"I would rather fight Biden than anyone," Trump said earlier this month. "I think he is mentally the weakest and I like to compete with people who are mentally weak … the others have much more energy."
Biden was also attacked by Democratic presidential candidates during speeches at the Democratic Party of South Carolina Congress this weekend
Senator Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Said on Saturday that voters should not "turn back the clock," but "Let's start with the next chapter. Let's flip the page."
It was a demonstration that Biden, in recent weeks, was having because of his withdrawal against the funding of abortions by the taxpayer and his memories of working with long-dead segregationist senators have been set on fire, not becoming democratic will be nominated without intense struggle, no matter what strategy its front-runner pursues.
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Biden had the luxury of the last word Saturday, wherein he drew his draw as the last of 20 candidates on the rostrum to make a quick litany of political proposals including a new pitch for a $ 8,000 tax credit for childcare facilities, which prompted the former vice president to apologize after reminding him of malign segregation in his 1
In an interview with MSNBC after his speech on Saturday, Biden did not apologize and said his remarks had been twisted." I understand the consequence of the word boy, but it was not mentioned in any of these contexts, "says Biden. 19659003] The Associated Press contributed to this report.