According to a report from the Washington Post, Donald Trump snapped back at former President Jimmy Carter who questioned the legitimacy of his presidency and took some shots at Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) over her debate performance which garnered rave reviews.
In a speech following the G-20 conference, Trump called Carter a “terrible president” and pushed back at the former president for suggesting that Russia helped get him elected in 2016.
“Russia, Russia, Russia,” Trump exclaimed at the post-Group of 20 press conference. “He’s a Democrat and that’s a typical talking point.”
Turning to Harris -- who saw her Democratic presidential nomination prospects rise after she took on former Vice President Joe Biden over his student bussing comments -- Trump attempted to diminish her big night.
"'She’s been given too much credit for what she did. It wasn’t that outstanding,' Trump said. 'He was hit harder than he should have been hit.' Asked his own position on busing to desegregate public schools, Trump said he was developing a policy related to the issue that would be revealed in four weeks but declined to elaborate," the Post reports.
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