REPORT: Trump campaign mocks Democratic debate: ‘Another informercial for President Trump’

TheHill.com:

President Trump’s reelection campaign scoffed at the Democratic presidential field after Thursday night’s primary debate, saying the event served as an “informercial” for the Trump.

“Democrats’ big government socialism would force a government takeover of healthcare, eliminate private insurance, provide free healthcare to illegal immigrants, kill millions of jobs by ending the fossil fuel industry, disarm the American public, and raise taxes to pay for their radical agenda,” said Kayleigh McEnany, Trump campaign national press secretary.

The article goes on to state the following:

“President Trump’s record of accomplishment easily eclipses any of these weak candidates. Thank you to ABC and the Democrat Party for another infomercial for President Trump!”

The campaign flew banners over the debate host city of Houston Thursday. “Socialism will kill Houston’s economy,” the banners said.

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