President Trump provided his ideas Tuesday night on both Democratic contenders he believes will be left standing at the 2020 Democratic presidential leader.
From this crowded pool of contenders,” Trump called on Twitter that former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders is going to be the last two in the struggle to be the party’s nominee.
“I feel it’s going to be Crazy Bernie Sanders vs. Sleepy Joe Biden since the 2 finalists to operate against possibly the ideal Market from the history of the Nation (and a number of other fantastic things)!” He wrote. “I anticipate confronting whoever it could be.Even though Sanders, I-Vt., affirmed in February he will be running for presidentBiden has yet to officially enter the race.The president’s prediction came later he targeted Sanders at another tweet, talking about the lawmaker’s finances.
“Bernie Sanders and spouse must cover the Pre-Trump Taxes in their nearly $600,000 in earnings,” Trump wrote. “He’s constantly complaining about these significant TAX CUTS, except as it benefits him. They made a fortune from Trump, but so did everybody else – and that is a great thing, maybe not a terrible thing!”
Soon before a Fox News city hall Monday night, Sanders’ presidential campaign introduced his 2018 yields. According to Sanders, the statistics and his wife Jane paid a 26 percent effective tax rate on $561,293 in earnings, and earned over $1 million in 2016 and 2017. Almost $400,000 of the income last year came from publication sales.
Sanders afterwards fired back at the president because of his opinions, tweeting that Trump appeared”fearful of our effort.”
“He must be,” he continued.