Democrats are going to have a hard time coming back from that one…
President Donald Trump gave a speech of his own concurrent with the Democrat debate, setting a sharp contrast with his potential 2020 presidential opponents.
The president traveled to Baltimore to speak at a dinner following a House Republican retreat.
Trump recalled speaking at a recent fundraiser, where he began by telling donors about what the country was facing.
“Whether you like me or not, it makes no difference because our country will go to hell if any of these people get in,” he said.
“We can’t let that happen. You won’t have energy. You won’t have business. You won’t have jobs. You won’t have income. It will be a disaster,” he said. “So you have to fight like hell.”
Trump said Republicans have to remember their duty to fight for the citizens of the United States first.
“We are fighting to protect their jobs, defend their families, and to ensure their children can live the American dream,” he said. “The Republican Party is actually loved in this country.”
“If we stay bold in our actions and forever loyal to the citizens we serve, if we stay true to our mission, and we have to, and we have to stick together, like they do, they got nothing else on us,” Trump said.
How do you lose this debate? How do you lose the debate?” he asked as Republicans applauded. “That’s a tough one to beat.”