Donald Trump recently sat down with Jose Diaz-Balart of Telemundo for the first ever interview with a Spanish-language network of his presidency. But don’t fret, he was just as crazy and hairbrained on Telemundo as he is on good ole Fox News.
A preview of the interview was recently aired in which Diaz-Balart asks Donald which of the Democratic frontrunners he’d rather end up running against — former vice president Joe Biden or Vermont senator Bernie Sanders. Of course, Trump immediately did what he always does and launched into a full-blown attack against his opponents.
“Bernie looks like he’s had it. Bernie looks crazy, but he always did. But he looks like a tired crazy right now,” Trump responded. “Joe Biden, he looks like he’s just exhausted. I don’t know what happened to him but he is exhausted and he doesn’t do any work, he’s not working.” Isn’t that just downright rich coming from someone who has little more than a cheeseburger with Pence on his official schedule?
“One thing I found out about this job, to do it right, and I’ve done it right — you have to work hard,” Trump went on.
The first Spanish-language interview is set to air in full on Noticias Telemundo tonight. Telemundo says that this interview with the president is a “new precedent” for POTUS by speaking with a journalist that specifically serves the Latino audience — a group of people that Donald has been more than harsh and cruel to during his time as president.
However, this is not Donald’s first encounter with Diaz-Balart. Back in 2015, when Trump was kicking off his campaign for the 2016 election, he cut Diaz-Balart off mid-question and told him he was “finished.” He went on to accuse the Hispanic journalist of “typical” press “misinformation” in regards to the cruel comments that Donald had made about Mexicans.
Let’s just go ahead and point out — the only thing that Donald Trump has ever “worked hard” in his life is his big mouth.
You can watch the preview of the interview here:
President Trump sat down with @jdbalart for his first interview on a Spanish-language TV network.
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) June 20, 2019
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