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Democrat Senator Tells CNN: “Trump is on Track to Win This Election and Maybe Win It By a Landslide!”


Democrat Sen. Michael Bennet just admitted that he thinks Donald Trump is “on track” to win the election, possibly “by a landslide!”

Speaking to CNN, Bennet also said that he thinks Democrats are gonna “lose the whole thing,” with Trump poised to “take with him the Senate and the House.”

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Sen. Bennet of Colorado is the first Democrat senator to publicly break with Biden, and he is one of three Democrat senators to privately say that they don’t think Biden can beat Trump.

The other two are Sen. Jon Tester of Montana and Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio.

Axios reported:

Sen. Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) said Tuesday night that President Biden was likely to lose re-election in November, dealing a blow to the 81-year-old’s efforts to contain damage on Capitol Hill.

Why it matters: Bennet is the first Senate Democrat to publicly break with Biden, as the president’s allies try to reassure members of their party that Biden should be their presidential nominee.

  • “Donald Trump is on track, I think, to win this election and maybe win it by a landslide,” Bennet said on CNN Tuesday.
  • Bennet is one of three Senate Democrats who privately said Tuesday that they doubt Biden can beat former President Trump, as we reported earlier

Independent also said:

Democratic US Senator Michael Bennet has admitted that Joe Biden could lose to Donald Trump in a November election “landslide.”

Bennet, who represents Colorado, told CNN that reports he told other Democrats from the upper chamber at a caucus lunch on Tuesday that 81-year-old Biden is facing defeat were correct.

And he predicted that a win by Trump, 78, could see Republicans retain control of the House and take control of the Senate.

“Donald Trump is on track I think to win this election, and maybe win it by a landslide and take with it the Senate and the House,” he said on Tuesday night.

“I have not seen anything remotely approaching the kind of plan we need to see out of the White House that can demonstrate that he can actually beat Donald Trump, which is not going to be about the accomplishments that we all had three and four years ago.”



 

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