Trump is ‘most dangerous president in US history’, according to 2020 democrat


Another day, another attempt to make outrageous claims about the Trump presidency.

The 2020 election could very likely find itself much ado about nothing.  The democratic candidates, along with President Trump’s potential primary challengers, seem to be steering the conversation ever more toward lambasting the leader of the free world, as opposed to espousing their ideologies on the campaign trail.  As Americans head to the ballot box, there is a very real chance that the options before them will appear as “Trump” and “Not Trump”, at least figuratively.

This is an enormous disservice to the American people, of course, who are paying our political leaders beaucoup bucks on the assumption that they would be doing work for us on Capitol Hill – not simply staking their reputations on how much they despised one another.

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As if to reiterate this Team A versus Team B petulance, democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is lashing out at the current occupant of the White House with an absurd and ugly claim.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., ripped into President Trump during Wednesday’s episode of “The View” and claimed that he was probably the “most dangerous” president in the history of the United States.

His comments came after host Joy Behar asked him about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., seemingly preferring a moderate to challenge Trump in 2020.

“I love Nancy but she and I disagree on this issue,” Sanders said. “I think the way you beat Donald Trump — and I must say that in my view, Donald Trump is the most dangerous president probably in the history of this country.”

“We agree,” Behar chimed in, as Sanders set off a round of applause from the audience.

Sanders then made the asinine allegation that he would normally look forward to working with a sitting president, but that Donald Trump seems unlikely to reciprocate that sentiment.

Given the way Sanders speaks about the President, can you blame him?

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