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Trump at Super Tuesday: Biden’Amazing ‘,” Warren’spoiler’,” Bloomberg’won nothing’

Warren”was a spoiler” for innovative rival Bernie Sanders while Bloomberg”made out a fool of himself,” Trump told reporters.

The president made the remarks about the candidates running for his job after permitting reporters into a part of a meeting government officials were having with airline executives regarding the coronavirus. Reporters were being spat from the space after Trump answered several questions regarding the virus once the president stated, “I can not believe it. No questions about the election?”

If one reporter asked him exactly what he believed, Trump said, “I feel that the election was fantastic last night. I thought it was excellent. Extraordinary comeback, even when you consider it.”

Then he repeatedly portrayed Warren because the”spoiler” in a clear bid to additional drive a wedge between her and Sanders and his or her supporters. ‘d Warren dropped out before Super Tuesday, Sanders” would have won a lot of states, such as Massachusetts, likely Texas, undoubtedly Minnesota. So Bernie would have won states he dropped and he dropped fairly readily, but specifically Massachusetts,” Trump said.

“I’d imagine there are many others he would have picked up,” he said Sanders. “Thus, Elizabeth Warren was the single most significant variable in the election. It would have been a different thing, rather than in a positive manner for her, in an egocentric way for her. She was quite selfish, from this point of view. No. Because we are just waiting to learn who we are working”

Also, he provided that”I believe there is a great deal of terrible blood there” between Warren and Sanders.

Trump then aimed Bloomberg and advised the quantity of money he and fellow billionaire Tom Steyer spent the race.

“One thing that this whole thing indicates, you can’t get an election, it is a gorgeous thing. He is home likely licking his wounds. And Bloomberg set in probably a thousand bucks and you understand sometimes you simply don’t have what it takes,” Trump said, calling Bloomberg”a very handsome man.”

Asked if Bloomberg’s money will probably be stronger supporting Biden than himself,” Trump said, “It could not be less successful as look at what $1 billion did. I mean he got so few delegates it is outstanding.”

In general, Trump said, “I believe Joe has a simpler path at the moment, believe it or not.”