Trump also touted the economic success his administration has had while pushing the message to help GOP hopefuls in 2018.
President Donald Trump on Thursday impersonated Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) at a rally in Wilkes-Barr, Pennsylvania with Congressman and GOP nominee for U.S. Senate Lou Barletta (R-PA).
President Trump interrupted himself while listing off possible Democrat rivals he could face in the 2020 presidential election to launch into an impersonation of the far-left Sanders. “Let’s say I’m running against Pocahontas or crazy Bernie,” President Trump began. “I’ll tell you, I gotta hand it to Bernie.”
“I saw him up there the other day, hair getting white and white and he’s getting crazier and crazier. I saw him: ‘We’ll stop Donald Trump — We’re stopping him — We’re gonna stop—.”
“I looked at my wife and I said, ‘You know what, you got to hand it to that guy,” the president continued. “Man, that guy he doesn’t quit. And that’s okay. Crazy Bernie. He is one crazy dude.”