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World Trump: Biden Is Insulting Men Everywhere by Picking Woman as Running Mate

18:19  11 august  2020
18:19  11 august  2020 Source:   thedailybeast.com

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Speculation has been rampant about whom Biden may pick as his running mate , with the Aug. “He roped himself into a certain group of people,” Trump said, as Travis bluntly added, “He said he had to pick a woman .” “He said that , and you know, some people would say men are insulted by that

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If you’re looking for a quintessential example of fragile masculinity, look no further. President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday morning that, in pledging to pick a woman as his running mate, Joe Biden has offended men everywhere.

Trump made his comments in a simpering interview with Fox Sports personality and OutKick founder Clay Travis. Travis’ fearsome questioning covered why the president thinks the media is so mean to him, what sports he likes to watch on television, and if he thought Biden had made a mistake doing something so outlandish as to choose a woman as his as-yet-unannounced vice-presidential pick.

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Jim Clyburn says that Joe Biden should pick a woman as his running mate should he win the Democratic nomination. “I saw a candidate that was not a reflection of the man himself,” Clyburn said of Biden ’s early Super Tuesday turnout suggests Biden is a better bet to beat Trump than Sanders.

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Asked by Travis who he would pick if he was in Biden’s position, the president replied: “I would be inclined to a different route to the way he’s done. First of all he roped himself into a, you know, certain group of people.” For those unable to crack the president’s mysterious code, Travis explained: “He said he had to pick a woman.”

Trump replied: “He said that. Some people would say that men are insulted by that, and some people would say it’s fine. I don’t know.”

Trump then completely dismissed the importance of a running mate—before appearing to realize what he was saying, stopping himself, lavishing praise on his right-hand man Mike Pence, and then trashing the importance of Pence’s job yet again.

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President Trump responded to the possibility that Joe Biden will pick Susan Rice as his running mate .

President Donald Trump claimed on Twitter that he would knock former Vice President Joe Biden “out cold.” Earlier this week Biden claimed that had "A guy who ended up becoming our national leader said, 'I can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it,'" Biden said. "They asked me if I’d like to debate

“I will say this, people don’t vote for the vice.... You know, this is history, this isn’t necessarily me, this is history because we have a great vice president,” said Trump. “Mike Pence has been incredible actually. He’s been a great vice president and done a really, really good job in everything I’ve given him—but people don’t vote for the vice president, they really don’t.”

Trump went on to say that it wouldn’t affect either his of Biden’s election chances if he had George Washington as his running mate, or if he brought Abraham Lincoln “back from the dead.”

The president was nominally on the OutKick show to discuss sports, but only really talked about it in relation to Black Lives Matter and the peaceful protests against police brutality against Black people being carried out by players.

Asked for his thoughts on the NFL reopening soon, Trump responded: “If they don’t stand for the national anthem, I hope they don’t open. But other than that I’d love to see them open and we’re doing everything possible to get them open. They can protest in other ways, they shouldn’t protest our flag or our country.”

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Since he made that commitment to pick a woman as his running mate , several names have been floated, including some of his former Democratic Biden is also facing fresh calls to choose a woman of color after following the death of George Floyd, which led to nationwide protests against police

That would set up a woman as the front- runner for 2024 and perhaps define the Democratic His pledge to pick a woman immediately limited the pool of potential candidates and intensified the Well, there’s a lot of people that are ready to play, women and men .” The ramifications of Mr. Biden ’s

Trump went on to criticize players taking the knee in the NBA, saying there was a “nastiness” about players’ peaceful protests, but praised the predominantly white National Hockey League, saying its players “respected the mores, they respected what they’re supposed to be doing.”

Toward the end of the interview, Travis also asked the president who he considers the better player between Michael Jordan or LeBron James. In what Travis lauded as a “perfect answer,” Trump picked Jordan as “he wasn’t political, so people like him better.”

Travis rounded off the hard-hitting interview by wishing Trump “good luck for the rest of [his] term—and maybe the next one too!”

Read more at The Daily Beast.


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