Bruce Springsteen predicts Trump will be reelected: Dems don’t have an ‘obvious’ candidate
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Legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen said in a new interview that he doesn’t see Democrats defeating President TrumpDonald John TrumpAustralia recognizes West Jerusalem as Israeli capital, won't move embassy Mulvaney will stay on as White House budget chief Trump touts ruling against ObamaCare: ‘Mitch and Nancy’ should pass new health-care law MORE in 2020.

The “Born to Run” singer and longtime Democrat told The Sunday Times that Democrats need a candidate “who can speak some of the same language” as Trump.

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“I don’t see anyone out there at the moment … the man who can beat Trump, or the woman who can beat Trump,” Springsteen told the paper. “The Democrats don’t have an obvious, effective presidential candidate.”

Springsteen praised the Democratic Party for taking back the House in last month’s midterm elections, but said he would “like to have seen a much more full-throated [rejection] of the past two years.”

“We’ve come too far and worked too hard,” he said. “Too many good people paid too high a price to allow this.”

Springsteen, who supported both former President Obama and 2016 nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonLanny Davis says Nixon had more respect for the Constitution than Trump Clinton commemorates Sandy Hook anniversary: 'No child should have to fear violence' Sanders, Warren meet ahead of potential 2020 bids MORE on their presidential campaigns, has been a frequent critic of the Trump administration.

Last week, Springsteen called Trump "deeply damaged at his core" and "dangerous."