Comedian Bill Burr says he doesn’t think there’s anyone who will be able to defeat President Donald Trump in 2020, despite his desire to see a “good fight” in the upcoming presidential election.
Appearing on The Daily Beast podcast The Last Laugh following the release of his Netflix special Paper Tiger, Burr shared his opinions on everything from Trump’s chances of re-election to his disdain for outrage culture and politician correctness.
“What blew me away watching Trump do what he did, the things that he said in the past would take down somebody’s campaign,” Burr said, praising Trump’s staggering ability to withstand controversies that would end any conventional presidential campaign.
“Or you thought it would if you said those things and the media would be all over him and that would be it. It’s kind of blown me away that in four years, it doesn’t look like anybody is going to [be able to beat Trump]. It’s like a pay-per-view fight, I want to see a good fight here. I don’t want to see Tyson-McNeeley.”