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Trump Says Kamala Harris Is ‘Best Insurance Policy’ Biden Has To Keep Dem Nomination

Last Updated 2 weeks by Amnon J. Jobi | Amnon Front Page

Former President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that Vice President Kamala Harris was the best “insurance policy” President Joe Biden could have to ensure he remains the Democratic nominee for president. 

Trump made the comments at a rally at the Trump National Doral Golf Club in Florida, where he discussed Biden’s disastrous debate performance and alluded to widespread speculation about who he would choose to run with him on the Republican ticket. 

During the rally, Trump said Harris was the “best insurance policy I’ve ever seen,” adding that her unpopularity and incompetence was helping Biden keep a grip on the Democratic Party. Trump said, “If Joe had picked someone even halfway competent,” the Democrats “would have bounced him from office years ago.”

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“Our victory was so absolute that Joe’s own party now wants him to throw in the towel and surrender the presidency after a single 90-minute performance,” Trump said. “They want ‘Crooked Joe’ out of the race. It’s a shame the way they’re treating him. But don’t feel sorry for him. He’s a very bad guy.”

After his debate against Trump, Biden has faced calls to step down as the Democrat’s 2024 presidential nominee as media, his own party, and America question his mental fitness and physical health. Biden has vowed to remain in the race. Trump said that it would not matter if Biden would be replaced, saying he would defeat whatever candidate the Democrats ran against him in November. 

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“Despite all the Democrat panic this week, the truth is, it doesn’t matter who they nominate because we are going to beat any one of them in thundering landslides and this November’s going to be amazing,” he said.

He specifically took shots at Harris, who some have suggested might take Biden’s place as the nominee, over her handling of the border crisis. Biden placed her in charge of combating illegal immigration, but Trump said that “she never showed up.” 

 Trump also alluded to speculation about who he would select to be his vice president. 

“They probably think I’m going to be announcing that Marco is going to be vice president,” he said, referring to Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, who spoke at the rally. Trump said that Rubio “may or may not be there to vote” for a policy Trump has advocated for that would make money earned from tips tax-free. 

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