NFL: Trump: ‘It’s the biggest deal in history’

Trump says he’s ‘extremely confident’ he will win the 2020 election, but it’s the “biggest deal in the history of politics” if he does win the presidency, according to his vice presidential running mate.

“It’s going to be one of the greatest elections ever in history,” Trump told reporters after a news conference in New York.

“I’m confident.

I don’t believe I’m going to lose the election.”

He added that the election was “the biggest thing in the world” for him.

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“The fact that I’m a billionaire businessman and I’m winning, that means I’m an American.

I think we’re going to win the next election, and I think the country is going to really benefit from it,” he said.

Trump said the “election is going really well”.

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“The election is the biggest thing that’s ever happened in history.”

He also claimed he was “very close” to winning the presidency in 2020.

He has not yet decided who to pick as his running mate, though he said the two names he was considering were former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Indiana Senator Mike Pence.

The vice presidential hopeful said he had not yet received any money from his campaign, but had received a “great deal” of money from a donor.

The president has said he plans to nominate Trump’s running mate for the 2020 race, with his son-in-law and business partner Jason Miller, but he has said they are not expected to be confirmed by the end of the month.

Trump and Miller had earlier said the White House was “not doing anything to get rid of” Trump’s son- in-law, Jared Kushner.

Trump on Biden: ‘I have to give him credit’ The president said Biden was “an honorable man” and he thanked him for his service to his country.

He said Biden has been “great for our country”.

Trump said he has “very good relations with my president, because we both have the same goal.

We want our country to be great again.”

“We want our people to be able to have great jobs again,” Trump said.

“He wants us to have jobs for everybody, and he’s going really hard on everybody.”

Trump also said he wants to “get rid of all the regulations” in order to rebuild America.

He described as “very unfair” the US government’s decision to impose sanctions on Russia over its alleged interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump also claimed that Biden would be the first vice president in history to serve as president.

Biden has also called Trump “the greatest president in the annals of time”.

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I want to make sure that we get rid off that, because it’s a very unfair thing to do to people.

Trump has been critical of Biden, who he said has been the “greatest president in American history”.

He said he would not be able “to do it without the support” of Biden.

“There’s not a guy in this country that I would rather be with than him,” Trump added.

“We’re very, very close, and we’re very happy to get along.”

Trump, who was speaking on a “very special” call with reporters after returning from a three-day visit to New York, said that his “very strong” relationship with Biden is “probably the best relationship anybody has with a sitting vice president.”

Biden was also on the call, where he met with President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the head of the Republican National Committee.

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