Trump Says a ‘Lack of Talent’ Not Sexism Was Responsible for Warren Dropping out of Race

After Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) ended her presidential campaign, many wondered if sexism played a role in her inability to gain traction.

However, on Friday, President Donald Trump has his own theory about why Warren failed to win her party’s nomination.

He said, “I think lack of talent was her problem. She had a tremendous lack of talent.”

He continued:

“She was a good debater. She destroyed Mike Bloomberg very quickly like it was nothing. That was easy for her. But, people don’t like her. She’s a very mean person, and people don’t like her.”

“People don’t want that. They like a person like me that’s not mean”, Trump said, adding as he quickly got up to leave the room, “Okay, I’ll see you guys.”

Watch the video below:

Trump’s comments about Warren stand in contrast to former Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang, who called Warren an “amazing human being” when he heard the news that she was ending her campaign, as IJR previously reported.

Responses

  1. “I think lack of talent was her problem. She had a tremendous lack of talent.” His Majesty

    King Donald The Loser is such a small man, I mean person. There is nothing manly about him.

  2. But, then again, Trump somehow used his lack of talent to win the electoral college.

    1. Don’t you ever dry up? You seem like a miserable negative person. Please stop sharing your unsolicited opinions. There must be somewhere else where’d they would be welcomed. Maybe CNN.

    2. Paul,
      The Electoral College is how we decide who our president is. It’s been that way since the founding. Sorry you were so mislead as to believe it’s determined by a simple majority. Either your pathetic public schools mislead you or you must have been asleep during your classes on Government.

      With your lack of comprehension it’s remarkable that you can function in life, let alone judge Trump’s talents.

      Somehow you continue with your ignorance of how government works and display it publicly here on the IJR.

    3. I’ll bite. If, as you say, Trump won and has no “talent”, then what does that say about Hillary? Hmmm?

      FYI. Pure democracy is rule by mob. This is a republic, not Dancing With the Stars. That’s why we have an electoral college. Look it up.

      1. I Ching is also confused.

        The primary positions of power within a republic are attained, through democracy, oligarchy, autocracy, or a mix thereof, rather than being unalterably occupied.

        In the context of American constitutional law, the definition of republic refers specifically to a form of government in which elected individuals represent the citizen body and exercise power according to the rule of law under a constitution, including separation of powers with an elected head of state, referred to as a constitutional republic OR a representative democracy.

        Chech out those last words.

        Get over it.

        1. Representative =/= popular, i.e. sheer numbers.

          Your cut & paste further demonstrates your lack of comprehension.

          1. Since IJR limits reply-trees, this is for the Genital.

            “Demoracy” is that where a bunch of people are racists? Sounds like some serious identity politics to me.

            Here’s one to keep your head spinning: woodchucks do NOT chuck wood.

            Nobody here believes for a second that you composed those “extracts” yourself. Of course you will ape your betters by copying their techniques and words. When you aren’t reaching for their wallets to pay for programs YOU support.

            Still waiting to hear a single word on how YOU personally are volunteering or donating to your causes. Or are you just like Bernie?

  3. Nope. It was lack of credibility as much as talent. Her constant, and unnecessary, lies did it. She also lost a lot of people when she started walking back her M4A, which was an original plank in her platform.

    1. And her voice and waving arms. I could have used a beer too after listening to her and I don’t drink….much.

      1. She may have been accustomed to a captive audience of students and never had a reason to refine her presentation skills.

        Same thing with Mikey Bloomberg. All that money and he couldn’t pay someone to prep him for a debate or teach him how to deal with someone telling him “no”.

  4. Lizzie’s attack on Bloomberg was that. It was NOT a debate. That’s like kicking a dead frog and saying it jumped.

    1. I agree with you, Screwtape, Trump compares with a dead frog, and he will jump back with all the insults and lies he can. I actually hadn’t considered that analogy. Thank you, Screwtape. Have a nice day.

      1. Paul, have you spoken with medical professionals regarding your Trump hate fixation? If not, you should. The ones like you who think you need help least, need it most. You’re welcome, dumbf*ck.

        1. You noticed that too. Good.

          His own post is as muddled as his attempt at metaphor. That’s what fragmented thinking will get you.

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