CNN host Van Jones, not exactly known for his support of Donald Trump, concluded after last night’s Democratic debate that the President is likely to win re-election.

Jones cited, in particular, the level of vitriol between two members of the more progressive wing of the party – Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.

“To see those two have that level of vitriol was very dispiriting,” he analyzed, post-debate.

The left-leaning host also noted that the candidates did not seem prepared to take on en energetic President when the time came.

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“There was a spark missing on stage,” he wrote on social media. “It felt like cold oatmeal to me.”

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Is there any more apt description of the lackluster Democrat field than ‘cold oatmeal’?

 

Warren-Sanders Vitriol

The vitriol Van Jones describes started earlier in the week when campaign staffers for Warren accused Sanders of saying a woman couldn’t win the presidency in 2020.

Sanders vehemently denied the accusations, but Warren herself doubled down and said they were true.

“Among the topics that came up was what would happen if Democrats nominated a female candidate,” she said of a meeting between the leading Democrats in 2018. “I thought a woman could win; he disagreed.”

Sanders again denied the story during Tuesday night’s debate, whereas Warren opted to prove that women can win by noting only she and Senator Amy Klobuchar were the only two participants who had never lost an election.

 

Cold Oatmeal

That sensation of cold oatmeal delivered by the low energy Democratic debate also left Van Jones fretting that this group has no chance of ousting President Trump.

“The Democrats are going to have to do better than what we saw tonight,” he said. “There was [no one] I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out – and I want to see a Democrat in the White House as soon as possible.”

“There was nothing tonight that, if you’re looking at this thing, you say, ‘Any of these people are prepared for what Donald Trump’s going to do to us,'” Jones concluded.

The CNN pundit has actually appeared at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, DC, praising the conservative movement as “leaders” on criminal justice reform.

Just another aspect of the Democrat party that has left him dispirited.

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