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Trump: 'Crazy Bernie Sanders' Gave Up 'Too Easy'

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By    |   Wednesday, 20 May 2020 01:49 PM

President Donald Trump on Friday blasted Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for being "too easy" to give up on the Democratic presidential nomination, which will likely go to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Trump tweeted on Wednesday that Sanders would have beaten Biden “in a LANDSLIDE” if Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., had dropped out before Super Tuesday, blaming the Democratic Party “establishment” for getting former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., to drop out and endorse Biden and getting Warren to stay in the race.

“Crazy Bernie Sanders is not a fighter. He gives up too easy! The Dem establishment gets Alfred E. Newman (Mayor Pete) & @amyklobuchar to quit & endorse Sleepy Joe BEFORE Super Tuesday, & gets Pocahontas to stay in the race, taking thousands of votes from Bernie,” Trump wrote in the first of a pair of tweets. “He would have beaten Sleepy Joe in a LANDSLIDE, every State, if these events didn’t happen. Even if Warren just dropped out, he would have easily won. Dems did it to him with Crooked Hillary and now, even more so...and Bernie doesn’t even complain. VOTE for Trump on TRADE, better than BS!”

Sanders suspended his campaign at the beginning of April after coming up short in several Democratic primaries. He endorsed Biden about a week later.

Biden campaign rapid response director Andrew Bates tweeted in response to Trump: “Translation: ‘I failed the country on the worst public health crisis in 100 years and am terrified of being held accountable for my negligence, with a death toll over 90,000 and the strong economy I inherited from the Obama-Biden Administration careening toward a depression.’”

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President Donald Trump on Friday blasted Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., for being "too easy" to give up on the Democratic presidential nomination, which will likely go to former Vice President Joe Biden.
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