Trump says Democrats "cannot legitimately win" 2020 presidential election
Trump has taken to Twitter again.
US President Donald Trump has logged into his infamous Twitter account to have a go at the Democratic Party in America, claiming that they "cannot legitimately win" the 2020 election.
In a series of tweets, he spoke about the positive work he claims to have done in the economy, and he even threw a few exclamation marks in for good measure.
It read: "The Democrats in Congress yesterday were vicious and totally showed their cards for everyone to see. When the Republicans had the Majority they never acted with such hatred and scorn! The Dems are trying to win an election in 2020 that they know they cannot legitimately win!"
He followed up this with a second tweet, claiming that America would be in a depression if he hadn't have won the 2016 election.
We have a great economy DESPITE the Obama Administration and all of its job killing Regulations and Roadblocks. If that thinking prevailed in the 2016 Election, the U.S. would be in a Depression right now! We were heading down, and don’t let the Democrats sound bites fool you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 9, 2019
This comes just over a week after news broke that Hillary Clinton had not yet ruled out potentially running for President again in 2020.
Clinton would potentially face competition from Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Beto O'Rourke and Elizabeth Warren, who are just some of the names being discussed as a potential Democratic nominee.
Donald v Hillary part two in 2020? We're not sure we could handle that again.