EXCLUSIVE — Democrats are trying to undermine former President Donald Trump‘s attempts to unite the Republican Party behind him by reminding him what his opponents for the 2024 nomination said about him when they were still in the race.
The Democratic National Committee is underscoring the past statements of Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), in addition to biotechnology entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy and Gov. Doug Burgum (R-ND), as they return to the campaign trail to stump for Trump before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary and as the former president stokes speculation about possible vice presidential choices.
“Donald Trump is too unpopular to win a general election, makes indefensible racially offensive comments, and is so untrustworthy he isn’t safe to do business with,” DNC spokesman Alex Floyd told the Washington Examiner. “Those aren’t our words —