A new poll found that Trump's core base is shrinking as just 23% of voters said that they would definitely support Trump in 2020.
The Democratic presidential field is about to get even more crowded as Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is forming an exploratory committee for a 2020 presidential campaign.
There are three key reasons why Democrats aren't about to cave in, regardless of how many times this petulant president lashes out.
Trump told government workers who are living off of an average of $500 a week to adjust to not getting paid during his shutdown.
While the GOP couldn't even keep the lights on with control of all levers of power, Democrats are planning to get the government firing on all cylinders.
With Democrats taking the reins of power on Thursday and pledging to reopen the federal government, the floor appears to be shifting under Donald Trump.
While Democrats were quick to get to work opening the U.S. government on Thursday, Trump continues to look like a petulant child.
There is a wide range of candidates in the Democratic field that could defeat Trump, but Warren proved on Wednesday that she could be a strong nominee.
The shutdown over Trump's border wall is a "total and complete violation of what he ran on" and the U.S. is falling further into laughingstock territory.
It's easy to dismiss Mitt Romney's remarks as hollow rhetoric, but they could be indicative of a brewing revolt of Trump among members of his own party.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) announcement that she is running for president has set off the first chain reaction of 2020 Democratic candidate winners and losers.
With the public on their side, Democrats will take power in just a few days with a mandate to hold this corrupt, out-of-control president accountable.
The biggest political story of 2018 was the major revolt against the Trump presidency by American voters – and the media largely brushed it under the rug.
The beginning of the end for Trump is in on the horizon as the first Democratic presidential debate will happen in June 2019.
Outgoing Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker on Friday signed a package of legislation aimed at weakening the powers of his newly elected Democratic successor, dismissing critics who said the move was a last-minute partisan power grab.
He said that Democrats can easily take back the White House with the right nominee and that he would be willing to support Trump's opponent.
No matter how you slice it, this poll should have Trump increasingly worried about his re-election chances in 2020 – that is if his presidency makes it that far.
The counterterrorism expert declared Donald Trump a Russian-controlled national security threat who must be removed from office.
O'Rourke's call with Gillum comes as the Texas Democrat is shoring up support among African American leaders ahead of a potential presidential candidacy.
Donald Trump is clearly running out of ways to distract from a federal investigation that is quickly closing in on him and his family.