America’s 1st Black Billionaire: No Current Democratic Candidate Can Defeat Trump
BET founder Robert Johnson not convinced with 2020 Democrats
BET founder Robert Johnson said that there is currently no suitable Democratic candidate capable of beating President Donald Trump in 2020.
Johnson, a lifelong Democrat and also America’s first black billionaire, admitted the Trump economy is too strong, and the president's ability “to dominate the news cycle” is making it difficult for Democratic challengers to focus.
“If you take a snapshot today, I don’t think that group is capable of beating Donald Trump despite what the polls say,” Johnson told CNBC.
“I do not see anybody in the Democratic primary race today that is enough in the center where I believe most of the voters are, and I particularly think where most of the African American voters are,” he added.
But despite predicting Trump's 2020 win, Johnson said he does not plan on voting for Trump in the 2020 election.
“It means that I’m going to speak my mind, speak in an independent way based on the facts and not try to get caught up in the politics,” he said.
Earlier this year, Barack Obama's' former doctor, David Scheiner, said 2020 Candidates were too old.
"I think we're asking for trouble," Dr. David Scheiner said.
"We don't know what their health is. They look spry, but I don't think that's enough. You can't accept it at face value."
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Last month, Kamala Harris' former mentor admitted that Hillary Clinton was the “only candidate” who could defeat Trump in 2020.
Willie Brown penned an op-ed published Saturday in the San Francisco Chronicle titled:
“Who should run against Trump? How about Hillary Clinton?”
In October, Clinton called for a presidential election "rematch" between herself and Trump, declaring, “obviously, I can beat him again.”
Clinton made the calls during an interview with “PBS NewsHour,” which aired on Tuesday.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remarked that the "delusional" president is "obsessed" with her, stating, "so, maybe there does need to be a rematch" between her and Trump.
Hillary told PBS's Judy Woodruff: “You know, it truly is remarkable how obsessed he remains with me."
"So, maybe there does need to be a rematch. I mean, obviously, I can beat him again."