It seems like the beginning of the Trump era was only a few months ago, yet we’re nearly to the halfway point before voters decide whether to keep him in the White House. Less than a year from now, Democrat primary candidates will be announcing their bid for the party’s official nomination, with debates starting a mere six months or so after that. And now we know the candidate with whom the president may prefer to go head to head. In an exchange with CBS this week, Trump revealed he dreams about defeating former Vice President Joe Biden. Oddly, Biden would be the old man in the race. Twelve months will pass quickly folks; get ready.
Here’s more from PJ Media…
President Trump told CBS that former Vice President Joe Biden would be a “dream” opponent in 2020 because of how he fared in past attempts to secure the Democratic Party nomination.
Biden said Tuesday that he would decide on a presidential run by January, telling a forum in Bogota that the best time to gauge voter and financial support would be after midterm elections.
Age-wise, it would be a septuagenarian matchup: Biden turns 76 in November, while Trump turned 72 last month.
“Well, I dream,I dream about Biden. That’s a dream,” Trump said in a video clip aired this morning. “Look, Joe Biden ran three times. He never got more than 1 percent and President Obama took him out of the garbage heap, and everybody was shocked that he did. I’d love to have it be Biden.”