Cory Booker Acts Like Newark Street Thug; Opponent Singh Says He’s Not that Tough

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NEWARK- United States Senator Cory Booker blamed his debatable testosterone levels and said he’d like to punch President Donald J. Trump.

“My testosterone sometimes makes me want to feel like punching [President Donald J. Trump], which would be bad for this elderly, out-of-shape man that he is if I did that — a physically weak specimen,” Booker said on “Late Night with Seth Meyers”.

His opponent Hirsh Singh today said even though the former Mayor of Newark acts like a tough guy from the streets, he’s far from it.

“Coming from a guy who snuck into the night at 3am when he was Mayor of Newark for a pedicure… He’s polling at 1% in the Democrat presidential primary,” Singh said. “This is just another PR gimmick to distract voters from his record of failure & incompetence.”

Singh said Booker was not only weak on threats to the President, but was especially weak when it came to taking on rampant gang violence in Newark during his tenure as mayor.

“He was too afraid to face gangs in Newark,” Singh said.  “In the real world he’s probably scared of his own shadow. We deserve better. Help me fix NJ with President Trump in 2020.”

Republican Hirsh Singh is taking on Cory Booker for U.S. Senate.



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