Former Trump Campaign Advisers Say Biden Would Be Tough Foe
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Two members of President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign say former Vice President Joe Biden would present the toughest 2020 challenge for the president, though they disagree on whether Biden can first win his party's nomination.
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said at a conference in Las Vegas on Thursday that he thinks Biden is not progressive enough to win the Democratic nomination.
Lewandowski predicted Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will win it.
Former Trump campaign adviser David Bossie disagreed, saying he thinks Biden will be the Democratic nominee but he wishes it would be Sanders, who identifies himself as a democratic socialist.
Bossie says a campaign pitting socialism against economic freedom would be great for Republicans.