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Sky News contributor Daisy Cousens says the Democrats do not “actually care for the little people” and are too focused on the “political theatre” of the impeachment process.

Under President Donald Trump total unemployment numbers have decreased as have unemployment numbers for African-Americans and Hispanic-Americans.

Ms Cousens told Sky News host Gary Hardgrave President Trump’s priorities are in stark in contrast to the Democrats' who “claim to be sticking up for the little guy” but in fact “despise the working class”. “All they care about is power,” she said. Fellow panelist Caleb Bond said by “trying to discredit Trump” all the Democrats are doing is putting “any possible swing voters off-side”. “They are unknowingly galvanising his supporters for him”.

 

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🤣 another quality 'contributor'

I watched DaisyCousens on Hardgrave last night I find Daisy interesting but had a laugh when Daisy suggests McKenzie should face up to grant’s saga but gives Trump a pass for not owning up to blackmailing a country😜

I think this *Daisy* might be a better commentator of American politics than SkyNew's Daisy 🙄🙄

Daisy who? That dim sheila who looks like she is an escapee from a 6 year old girl's theme party? Quals? Nil

Wow, what is this? Actual REAL NEWS?!?😁

And you tell us what Daisy thinks because ...........?

Poor poor Daisy.

Yawn... who..?

How is a cabinet full of billionaires like the guy that owns this channel doing anything but help themselves?

What are her Qualifications?

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