UPDATED 11:04 AM PT — Tuesday, February 11, 2020
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu recently defended President Trump after CNN host Chris Cuomo labeled the commander-in-chief an “autocrat.”
During a debate on Monday, Cuomo questioned how Sununu could support the president’s policies after publicly bucking him for his rhetoric in the past. The New Hampshire leader said its possible to disagree with the president’s methods, while still recognizing that he “gets results.”
Gov. Sununu implied that what Cuomo sees as being “autocratic” is merely the president’s “take-no-prisoners” attitude when it comes to making deals that benefit the U.S.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu tells CNN’s @ChrisCuomo presidential candidates like Sen. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump do well in New Hampshire because “what you see is what you get.” https://t.co/zmeBsvFedz pic.twitter.com/aQyCvyaIww
— Cuomo Prime Time (@CuomoPrimeTime) February 11, 2020
Sununu pointed out the president’s strongest advantage going into the next election will be the campaign promises that he’s delivered on.
Democrats tried to block it, but President Trump got it done. #USMCA is now law.
Promises made, promises kept. pic.twitter.com/puC86nKYoY
— Kevin McCarthy (@GOPLeader) February 5, 2020
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