Liberal CNN commentator Van Jones admitted that none of the Democratic Contenders can defeat President Trump in 2020.
In response to the latest Democratic debate, Van Jones told viewers that “there was nothing” he saw on the stage that could “take Trump out.”
“Democrats gotta do better than what we saw tonight,” said Van Jones. “There was nothing I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out. There was nothing I saw at night that would be able to take Donald Trump out and I want to see a Democrat in the White House as soon as possible. There was nothing tonight that if you’re looking at this thing, you say, ‘Any of these people are prepared for what Donald Trump is going to do to us.”’
MSNBC’s Al Sharpton shared similar remarks when he was asked about the Democratic candidates.
“I didn’t see anybody in there on the stage last night or in the ring that really said, ‘I’m taking charge, I can be president, I can take on Donald Trump,’ cause he is going to come in with that kind of mindset,” proclaimed Sharpton.
Warren responded by mentioning the 100% election victory rate for the women on the stage compared to the mens’ less impressive election victory rate.
After the debate, cameras captured an awkward exchange between Warren and Sanders, in which Warren retracted her hand to avoid shaking Sanders’ hand.
Tom Steyer, who was in between Warren and Sanders during the exchange, claimed that he didn’t really hear anything that the two said.
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