Former President Donald Trump hasn’t slowed down and remains as unfiltered as ever when giving interviews. He tells it like it is and doesn’t hold back about lunatic liberals who are running the country.
Trump sat down with Tucker Carlson for an interview Wednesday night and was on-point with how he characterized Democrats leading the country. The interview aired at the same time as the GOP primary debate and Trump proved why he didn’t need to be there. His openness and plans for the country are what drove more people to watch the interview than the debate.
Trump was quick-witted when asked about potential replacements for the feeble president. He doesn’t have any faith in Kamala Harris and delivered a spot-on impression of her inarticulate deficiencies (he basically called her an idiot).
Trump made it clear that Harris has a “weird” way of talking where she “speaks in rhyme” and has “some bad moments.” His impression of Harris cracked up Carlson on camera.
From the Daily Caller:
“In rhyme?” Carlson asked laughing.
“Well, the way she talks: ‘The bus will go here and then the bus will go there! Because that’s what busses do! It’s weird. The whole thing is weird. This is not a president of the United States’ future.”
Trump pegged Harris for the idiotic way she speaks in “rhymes” and rambling nonsense. She often cackles about a topic while repeating the same main point over and over in what many have called a hysterical “word salad.” If she found a coherent sentence in a speech, she wouldn’t know what to do with it.
Trump also shared with Carlson his thoughts on replacing Biden for the 2024 presidential election. Harris is a poor choice that no one on either side of the aisle wants. Trump believes the likely option would be California Gov. Gavin Newsom despite his bad record in his state.
“In the old days if you had a bad record, it meant a lot,” Trump said. “Today if you have a bad record, it doesn’t really mean anything.”
Trump stands on his record as president where he led the country to prosperity and safety at home and abroad. Republican challengers who made the first primary debate platform are going to have a hard time catching Trump as he pursues the GOP nomination for 2024. They might want to watch his interview to pick up a few pointers.
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Source: Daily Caller