Trump: Democrats Are ‘Lousy Politicians’ – But, They’re Vicious and ‘They Don’t Have Mitt Romney’

By Craig Bannister | October 21, 2019 | 3:27pm EDT
Pres. Donald Trump (Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla)

Democrats may be poor politicians, but they’ve got two things going for them that Republicans don’t, President Donald Trump said at a White House cabinet meeting Monday.

First, Democrats are vicious when they want something, Trump said. And, second, Democrats don’t have a party member like Senator Mitt Romney (R-Utah) attacking their leader – they remain united, the president added:

"I think they’re lousy politicians. But, two things they have: They’re vicious and they stick together. They don’t have Mitt Romney in their midst. They don’t have people like that.

“They stick together. You never see them break off.”

"Democrats fight dirty" to defend their bad policies - and they don't care about important things like approvring the trade agreement with Mexico and Canada (USMCA), Trump said:

"I think the Democrats fight dirty. I think the Democrats are lousy politicians with lousy policy: they want open borders. They do not care about crime. They want sanctuary cities. They do not care about drugs. They don't care about almost anything. They don't care about USMCA – how about that?"


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