By Jon Dougherty
(NationalSentinel) President Donald Trump spared no 2020 Democratic White House contender during a campaign stop in New Hampshire Thursday evening, blasting all of them for their “socialist” and “communist” proposals.
In addition, the president criticized the Democratic field and the party itself for calling “everybody fascists and Nazis” who support him and disagree with them.
“My administration is fighting to expand opportunity for citizens of every background and every race, religion, color, and creed. Very important,” he said. “Because we are all Americans. We all share the same home. We all share the same heart. We all share the same dreams. We are all children of the same Almighty God.”
But, he continued, “at the very moment when our country should be coming together to enjoy these wonderful blessings the radical Democrats are trying to tear America apart.
“They vilify anyone who doesn’t share their extreme views,” the president said to a booing crowd.
“They slander our law enforcement heroes,” he added, pointing to an incident that saw New York residents splash water on New York Police Department officers.
“I know a lot of New York’s finest. They’re not happy, they’re not happy and they are great people…for that to be allowed to happen is a disgrace,” Trump said.
Of the Democrats themselves, the president noted: “They view everybody as fascists and Nazis.”
“They use the term ‘Nazi’. This was a term, you couldn’t even use it. now they use it like on a regular basis. ‘A Nazi. He’s a Nazi.’ Think of that. ‘He’s a Nazi.’ You couldn’t use it. Now they use it. They accuse our heroic border agents of running ‘concentration camps.’”
The president also criticized Democratic policies including “Medicare-for-All” and plans to repeal the GOP tax cut and implement a “wealth tax,” which some legal analysts view as unconstitutional.
“Now we have a bunch of socialists or communists to beat,” Trump told the crowd of about 12,000 at the Southern New Hampshire University Arena, which was adorned with signs including “Women for Trump,” “Keep America Great,” and “Trump 2020.”
“They’re not far away. Does anybody want to pay a 95-percent tax?”
The president narrowly lost New Hampshire to Hillary Clinton in 2016 by just 3,000 votes.
Trump then went on to rate some of the individual Democratic candidates on a day that little-known former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper dropped out of the race.
In particular, the president he hoped to face former Vice President Joe Biden, who has made another series of gaffes on the campaign trail, to the dismay of his team.
“I think sleepy Joe may be able to limp across the finish line,” the president said. “Today, they announced they are going to cut way back on his appearances because he is such a disaster … Can you believe it?
“You’ve got Pocahontas who’s rising. You’ve got Kamala [Harris], Kamala is falling. You’ve got Beto [O’Rourke], Beto is like done,” he said, referring to a few of the contenders. “But we’ll see what happens.”
Of the Democratic field’s healthcare plans, Trump reminded the crowd that all of them said, during a recent debate, they would support covering illegal aliens.
“Every major democrat running for president supports a massive government takeover of healthcare that would raid medicare and destroy the private health insurance plans of millions of American families, that they love,” he said.
“My administration is defending your right to choose the plan and doctor that is best for you,” he said.
The president also touted his government’s economic record, which saw another 2.3 percent growth in productivity over the second half of this year, while lowering unemployment for blacks, Hispanics, and Asians to their lowest levels.
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