Biden Calls Trump a ‘Clown’ While Decrying President’s Nicknames

Biden Calls Trump a ‘Clown’ While Decrying President’s Nicknames

Biden drew several hundred people to a community center in Columbia as he opened his presidential campaign in SC, home of the first-in-the-South primary and where black voters play a major role in the Democratic nominating process. "What I'm not going to do is get into what he wants me to do".

Listing Trump's previous actions of firing former FBI Director James Comey, asking former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end the Mueller investigation, and siding with Vladimir Putin over the U.S. intelligence community during their joint press conference in Helsinki as reasons he had called for impeachment previously, O'Rourke said the Mueller report takes the conversation to another level.

While Sanders is steadily injecting differences with Biden into the bloodstream of the 2020 presidential campaign - on trade agreements, the Iraq War and Wall Street policy - he is hardly screaming it from the rafters.

Biden, however, did give Trump a nickname when pressed by a guest at the fundraiser.

Black voters made up 61% of the Democratic primary electorate in SC in 2016.

"This guy is going to go after me and family", Biden said, recalling his grandchildren telling him before his announcement that they expect Trump and others to bring up family details including his son Hunter Biden's divorce.

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The former vice president Joe Biden on Saturday referred to President Donald Trump as a "clown" after a supporter asked the former vice president whether he would return Trump's insults. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) followed with a 4-point lead over Trump, while South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D) led the president by 3 points. Fritz Hollings with persuading him not to abandon public office after Biden's first wife and daughter were killed in an auto accident weeks after his election to the Senate in 1972.

Independent Vermont Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders continues to say he will strongly consider naming a woman as his running mate, but when asked the same question about about naming a person of color, Sanders said it would be "silly to make that statement right now".

Sen. Amy Klobuchar is knocking Trump as being too soft on Russian President Vladimir Putin during their recent phone call.

Klobuchar told reporters after an event in Des Moines, Iowa, that her message would be very different.

Rep. Seth Moulton of MA is calling for more funding for the State Department. "It saves American lives".

Biden told donors he does not believe he is the only Democrat who can beat Trump.

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