President Trump: Biden is only a threat to himself

President Trump: Biden is only a threat to himself

President Trump: Biden is only a threat to himself

Trump 2020 senior campaign advisor Lara Trump expressed some suspicions that accusations of inappropriate touching against former Vice President Joe Biden happened to emerge on the cusp of his expected 2020 presidential announcement.

Dingell said, "I'm from the midwest, and I'm going to tell you--I told you for three years... that President Trump could become president because he listened to people in the midwest, he talked about economic issues, he talked about issues that mattered to working people".

Biden has not yet announced whether he intends to run for president in 2020.

During the 2016 campaign, at least 18 women accused Trump of sexual harassment or misconduct, alleging everything from unwanted kissing to walking through women's dressing rooms at the Miss USA pageant to putting his hand up their skirts. Biden has pledged to be more "mindful" about respecting personal space.

Trump told "America's Newsroom" she feels Biden needs to do a little more explaining but believes the former VP should receive the benefit of the doubt.

Trump mocked Biden in a video tweet on Thursday, to which Biden responded: "I see that you are on the job and presidential, as always". "I had permission to hug Lonnie".

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Though polls show him leading a crowded Democratic primary field, Mr. Biden, 76, faces headwinds for being part of the old guard and out of step with the party's progressive and socialist movement.

"I'll leave that up to the Democrat voters and they can decide", Trump said.

He added, "I'm not sorry for my intentions".

Asked about it on Friday morning as he prepared to leave for California, the president defended the tweet, arguing that it was light-hearted. "I am not sorry for anything that I have ever done", he continued.

Asked about when he is going to get into the race, Biden said his lawyers have told him he has to be careful about what he says because he doesn't want to "start the clock ticking and change my status". "They will be voting for me!"

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