Trump: It Doesn't Matter 'Who the Hell' the Democrat Nominee is - 'We're Gonna Win'
President addresses thousands of his supporters at a rally in Phoenix
President Donald Trump told his crowd of supporters at a rally on Wednesday that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) will have his nomination retaken by the DNC, as he did in 2016.
But Trump added that it does not matter “who the hell [the Democrat nominee] is” because “we’re gonna win.”
“They just came out with a poll a little while ago,” said Trump.
“Mini Mike was at 15, and Crazy Bernie was at 31. That’s a lot," he added.
"And Mini Mike just spent $500 million, but the DNC is going to take it away from Bernie again.”
“And that’s okay,” the president added.
“Because we don’t care who the hell it is, we’re gonna win. We have to.”
Trump addressed thousands of his supporters at a rally in Phoenix as Democrat presidential primary candidates debated in Las Vegas, Nevada.
President Trump continued:
We’re winning like never before. Washington Democrats keep on losing their minds. They hate the fact that we’re winning. We’re winning big — and that is why millions of registered Democrat voters are leaving — they’re joining our great Republican Party in droves, you see it all the time.
Sleepy Joe Biden the other day had 68 people [at his rally], and now they have a new member of the [Democrat debate] — Mini Mike.
Trump also called out "mini Mike" Bloomberg for allegedly requesting a booster box to stand on during the Democrat debate on Wednesday night.
“No boxes, we call him no boxes,” said President Trump of Bloomberg.
“And I hear he’s getting pounded tonight.”
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“You know he’s in the debate,” added the president.
“I hear they’re pounding him.”
Earlier this week, Sanders turned on Bloomberg for his "racist" policies.
"We will not create the energy and excitement we need to defeat Donald Trump if that candidate pursued, advocated for, and enacted racist policies like stop-and-frisk, which caused communities of color in his city to live in fear,” Sanders said.
Last week, Neon Nettle reported Trump's re-election campaign and the Republican Party raised over $60 million in January, amid the month-long imepachment trial.
The Trump campaign, its approved fundraising committees (Trump Victory 2020 and Trump Make America Great Again Committee), and the Republican National Committee confirmed they had raised $60.6 million combined in January, with over $200 million cash on hand.
In October last year, senior officials for Trump's reelection campaign said the Democrats' impeachment push led to a surge in new donors and increased rally attendance.