In a telephone interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday morning, the Republican candidate Donald Trump said that Hillary Clinton dominated the Democratic debate and won it by a huge margin.
Trump praised Clinton’s performance in the Democratic debate Tuesday night telling ABC News that the front-running Democratic candidate “did what she had to do.” Also, Trump pointed out that the debate moderators and others on stage could have caused Clinton more problems than they did.
Trump praises Clinton
“It was a very kind debate, very gentle. She came out the winner.”, said the businessman.
Regarding Clinton’s rival, Senator Bernie Sanders, Trump thought that he should have attacked her more and that his approach to shake hands with Clinton on stage during the Democratic debate was a mistake. “I think that he’s losing by quite a bit; he shouldn’t have done it”.
According to Washington Post, Trump also live-tweeted the debate, but he surprisingly left his criticism away, making accurate opinions. “Hardest thing Clinton has to do is defend her bad decision-making including Iraq vote, e-mails etc.”, wrote Trump, visibly perplexed by the fact that Sanders chose not to attack his rival, declaring that he was tired of talking about Clinton’s “damn e-mails” and wants to instead focus on issues that matter to the lives of voters.
Donald Trump continues the war. In his way…
Leaving away the Democratic debate discussion, Trump also talked about his own “war” with former neurosurgeon Ben Carson, in the race for the Republican nomination.
“He’s a good guy. He’s a nice guy. We get along well. We will see if that continues.”, said Trump, adding that Carson’s biggest weakness is his lack of foreign policy experience.
Carson and Trump will confront on the stage Oct. 28, when all the GOP presidential candidates are scheduled to meet at the University of Colorado in Boulder, according to ABC News.