President Trump Calls 2020 Candidate ‘Selfish’ For Staying in the Race

It’s beginning to look a whole lot like a two horse race for the Democrats these days.

On Super Tuesday, the big story was the clash of the rich, old, white guys:  Former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.  These two represent the two sides currently fighting in the Democratic Civil War, and the future of the party depends on what comes of this primary election.

There are others still technically in the race, however, and President Trump is not-so-subtly letting these future also-rans know that it’s time to head for the exits.

President Donald Trump said Wednesday at the White House that Sen. Elizabeth Warren was “very selfish” for refusing to exit the presidential race and taking votes from Sen. Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday.

“Elizabeth Warren was the single biggest factor in that election last night,” Trump said to reporters. “It would’ve been a very different thing, and not in a positive way for her – in a very selfish way for her. She was very selfish from that point of view.”

Elizabeth Warren’s progressive ideologies have been seducing supporters of Senator Sanders for some time, and Democratic voters have long been calling for her to suspend her race to support Bernie.

Warren is currently reassessing her campaign according to reports, but has also scheduled a public event for the forthcoming weekend.