Democratic debate: Donald Trump says Democrat pledge to give ‘illegal aliens unlimited healthcare’ has won him the 2020 election


DONALD Trump has said a Democrat pledge to give “illegal aliens unlimited healthcare” has won him the 2020 election.

The President was reacting to the second of two Democratic contenders debates in Miami last night.


All of the Democratic candidates taking part in the presidential debate last night raised their hand when asked if they backed providing free healthcare to illegal immigrants[/caption]

President Trump said that the Democrat pledge has won him the election – saying: ‘That’s the end of that race’

During the debate – which featured front-runners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders – the panel of ten Democrats were asked about healthcare.

They all raised their hands when asked if they would give health care to migrants in the country illegally.

President Trump tweeted: “All Democrats just raised their hands for giving millions of illegal aliens unlimited healthcare.

“How about taking care of American Citizens first!?”


Declaring victory already – President Trump then added: “That’s the end of that race!”

was meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at the G20 summit in Japan at the time.

But he said that he “passed a TV set” and saw the Democrats debating.


Despite Joe Biden being tipped as the favourite to take on Trump, California Senator Kamala Harris was widely viewed as the surprise winner in last night’s standoff.

In an emotional exchange, Senator Harris challenged Biden for recalling how he was able to work with segregationist senators in the 1970s.

She said that she did not believe he is a racist – but that his past associations were “hurtful.”

Biden said Harris was wrongfully characterising his position – but she hit back by saying: “There are moments in history where states fail to support the civil rights of people.”


She was among several lesser-known candidates who trained their fire at former Vice President Biden.

Eric Swalwell, a 38-year-old congressman from California, labeled Biden a relic of the party’s past.

But there were broad pledges among all the candidates to tackle gun violence, climate change, and to move beyond the divisiveness of President Trump’s tenure.

Bookies still had Biden leading the race to seal the Democratic nomination.

Betting aggregator had him at at 9/4 –  ahead of Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris – both on 6/1.

Biden is 5/1 overall to win the White House altogether – while Sanders and Harris are at 12/1.


California Senator Kamala Harris was deemed the surprise winner in last night’s debate[/caption]


Joe Biden – currently the Democrat favourite to take on Trump – was attacked by his rivals[/caption]

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Joe Biden chats with Democrat rival Pete Buttigieg after the debate in Miami[/caption]

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Biden, left, shakes hands with left-wing Senator Bernie Sanders[/caption]

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Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris during the debate in Miami[/caption]


The Democrat contenders wave to supporters in the audience following the debate in Miami[/caption]

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President Donald Trump was taking part in meetings at the G20 summit in Japan during the debate[/caption]

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