On Thursday night, President Donald Trump warned supporters at a Wisconsin campaign rally that 2020 Democratic vice presidential nominee and U.S. Senator Kamala Harris should not become the next President of the United States simply because Joe Biden isn't up to the task.

“If a woman is going to become the first president of the United States, it can’t be her,” Trump said. “That would rip our country apart. This is not what people want. And she comes in through the back door.”

Trump said of Biden's running mate, “This would not be what people want, especially because it’s her."


Trump noted that Biden has referred to a “Harris-Biden administration” possibly foreshadowing that the former vice president either was confused about who was at the top of his ticket or that he actually expects she will become president eventually should he win in November.


Trump also referred to Harris’s recent comment about a “Harris administration with Biden as president.”


“They are a disaster together,” he said.

Trump said Harris's Democrat presidential primary debate performances were terrible before Biden chose the former California prosecutor as his running mate.

“I don’t want to put pressure on him, but wait until you see what Mike Pence does to her in the debates,” Trump said to a cheering crowd.

Trump isn't wrong. More than a few political observers have wondered if both Biden and Harris's comments curiously citing her at the top of their presidential ticket is an indication that they believe a Biden victory would inevitably lead to a Harris-led White House.


Conservative talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh praised Donald Trump's historic Middle East peace deal on Tuesday, but pointed out that the media will never give the president the credit deserves.

“So a big signing ceremony at the White House in mere moments for the peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain,” Limbaugh said on his nationally syndicated program. “And we mentioned the significance of this a couple of times."

"The real significance of this is that the Palestinians have sort of been rendered irrelevant in the whole deal," Limbaugh said. "In the past, it was the Palestinians which were the focus, the focal point. They could stop anything from happening, and they did.”


Rush said that many presidents have tried to get a Middle East peace deal - but only Trump sealed the deal.


“My whole life this has been a major political initiative that every new president tackles,” Limbaugh said. “Every new president, my entire life, every new president, every new term has made Middle East peace an objective.”

Limbaugh said of other presidents, “Barack Obama is the only president who didn’t care about Middle East peace from the Israeli perspective. But Reagan. Jimmy Carter. I think about all of these presidents and their attempts to come up with the ultimate peace in the ultimate part of the world where there is ultimate strife, the Middle East.”


“And who does it? Donald Trump,” Rush said.


“Donald Trump, Mr. Bull in the china shop, Mr. Stupid, Mr. Dummkopf, Mr. Outsider, Mr. Illegitimate, Mister ‘he stole the election working with the Russians’ has come along and achieved something every American president since the 1950s has been attempting to achieve,” Limbaugh mocked the left.

“We now have peace in the Middle East, and it’s just beginning," the talk radio giant continued. "United Arab Emirates, Bahrain. You watch. The Saudis are gonna be signatories to this deal before long."

"Other Arab nations in the Middle East are going to come along with this," he continued. "Jordan I expect will sign onto this at some point, King Abdullah there.”


“This is truly historic, and it is I don’t think going to get anywhere near the proper weight and coverage that this event deserves,” Limbaugh said. “Here in less than four years Donald Trump has fixed a massive world problem. It’s literally stunning. And it will not be properly reported."

"It will not be given its due respect by the media and by the Washington establishment,” Rush declared.

  • David Bozell

The Biden campaign was bound to have a tough day with the President announcing a Middle East Peace Deal.


The challenger's job was to come up with some sort of counter-programming effort to offset the White House's achievement. No small endeavor -- and perhaps they shouldn't have even tried -- but...what I saw from the Biden shop today was flat out amateur hour.


Off to Tampa they went, where Biden delivered a rambling, incoherent mess of a talk about...Veteran suicide...I think. If you could follow it, congratulations, you're better than me.


What I saw was quite possibly the worst story ever told by a major party Presidential candidate with 50 some odd days to go before the election.


In his disjointed remarks, Biden detailed, pretty graphically, the story of a Delaware veteran who murdered a woman, then murdered her dog, then put the woman's body in the bed of his truck, then drove the body down the road, and then proceeded to have sex with the woman's corpse.


See for yourself:



I sympathize with the families involved but why in God’s name is that story in a campaign speech??


I simply do not understand how Biden supporters, campaign staff, and campaign communication professionals are supposed to take that Biden speech —about a man murdering a woman, and her dog, plus the subsequent sex with her corpse — and turn it into quality Get-Out-The-Vote content for voters. I don't know what demographic they think they are appealing to. I don't know anyone who'd be interested in hearing this kind of story.


This episode came on the heels of Biden's Big Bug speech yesterday, where he stood in a field talking about so-called "climate change" and monster-sized locusts kept attacking him.



Gallup's list of important issues for Americans showed that a whopping one -- 1! -- percent of Americans think "climate change" is an important issue. (A tie with police brutality, incidentally).



These are two straight days of very bad campaigning by the Biden shop. No voter outreach. Speeches to empty rooms and empty fields. Issues that are just not on the minds of voters.


Biden is a bad candidate with a terrible campaign. They are just two more reasons why we think Trump will win handily.





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