President Donald Trump likes to reject surveys and judge prevalence by group size ― to the point of blowing up his own numbers. And that, said MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, might be the reason the Law based competitor he fears most isn’t previous VP Joe Biden.
It’s Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), who commenced her battle not long ago before a gigantic horde of 20,000 individuals in Oakland.
“Her swarms scared him,” Wallace said.
“In Trump’s brain, that is the measure, that is the survey,” Axios columnist Jonathan Swan said on “Due date: White House.” “Groups don’t lie.”
The show’s board likewise examined a New York Times report that said Harris was rebooting her battle with more straightforward assaults on the president. Times correspondent Annie Karni said that while Trump had marked Biden as “Tired Joe” and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) as “Insane Bernie,” he hadn’t said a mess regarding Harris.
“She is strikingly one applicant in the wide field that he doesn’t appear to realize how to take on,” Karni said.
Reminded that Trump had once considered her a “dreadful mind,” Karni said the affront was “practically like a compliment.”
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