President Donald Trump is pointing to what country he thinks is “most difficult” to deal with, and it is where he is running for reelection.
The president told “Fox & Friends” by phone “horrible people,” as he describes them, such as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), have made his presidency more difficult.
“You deal with people that are very deceptive,” a tired sounding Trump said on Tuesday morning. “They’ll go, ‘Mr. President, tell me, who is the country that’s most difficult to deal with? Is it Russia, is it China, is it North Korea?'”
He continued, “No, well by far the most difficult country to deal with is the U.S. It’s not even close.”
Congressional Democrats previously passed two articles of impeachment against the president in the House of Representatives.
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Trump bizarrely claims that “the US” is harder to deal with than Russia or North Korea, as though America is a foreign country pic.twitter.com/XNtQagudrv
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) November 3, 2020
Trump also said during the “Fox & Friends” interview that there is “no reason to play games” by declaring victory prematurely, as IJR reported.
His remarks were made on Election Day. Trump has held 14 rallies in the past three days. He is expected to be at the White House watching election results on Tuesday evening. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is expected to address the nation on Tuesday night in Delaware.