President Donald Trump is confident that he can win reelection, but this Sunday he published a tweet that shows the follow-up he has on the Democrats, particularly the pointers, amid the process of political trial for allegedly seeking to affect former Vice President Joe Biden with help from Ukraine.
The president published a message about Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont), who is nicknamed "The Madman", highlighting his progress in the polls.
“Wow! Madman Bernie Sanders is resurfacing in the polls, he looks great against his opponents of the PARTY THAT DOES NOTHING, ”said the president. “So what does that mean? Stay up to date! ”RELATED
Wow! Crazy Bernie Sanders is surging in the polls, looking very good against his opponents in the Do Nothing Party. So what does this all mean? Stay tuned!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 12, 2020
Although it remains in second position of preferences, the position of the senator of Vermont has improved, moving away from Senator Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts), who for at least a couple of months was placed in second position, according to the Real Clear polls count Politics
Of the most recent consultations, that of Morning Consult and Emerson position Sanders just 7 and 8 points below the pointer, former Vice President Biden, with 23 and 25 percent support, respectively, while Warren lags with 14 and 12 percent.
The debate on Tuesday, January 14, could help Sanders strengthen its progress, as it will be more likely to expose its ideas to the participation of only six of the more than 10 candidates still in contention for the primaries.
Sanders launched his campaign in March 2019, where he described President Trump as the "most dangerous" person for the US.
“The campaign will not only win the primaries, it will not only win (President) Donald Trump, who is the most dangerous person in modern US history. With your help, we are going to transform the country and create an economy and a government for all, not just for 1 percent, ”said the 77-year-old candidate from Brooklyn.
President Trump has kept an eye on the campaigns and even in April he criticized his favorite channel, Fox News, for organizing a special program for Sanders.
"Very rare to see Crazy Bernie in @FoxNews," the president wrote. "Not surprisingly, @BretBaier and the‘ audience ’were very smiling and very kind."
The president was "surprised" that this happened. "Very strange, and now we have @donnabrazile?" Added Donna Brazile, who was president of the National Democratic Committee (DNC).
In June 2017, President Trump said Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party teamed up to stop Sanders.
“Hillary Clinton conspired with the Democratic Party to defeat the Madman of Bernie Sanders. Is she allowed to conspire? Unfair to Bernie, ”said Trump.
The agendas of President Trump and Sanders are very different on various topics, such as immigration, medical insurance and the environment.
The Vermont senator leads among Latino voters with 36% support against 24% for Biden, the Morning Consult poll revealed.