Contrary to the president's imagination, the Trump campaign is admitting that voters don't like him and are counting on Mike Pence to save them in 2020.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff is going to be investigating to find what Rudy Giuliani and his minions were up to in Ukraine.
There are warning signs growing that Trump is in big trouble in Pennsylvania in 2020.
Trump is so terrified and afraid of Joe Biden winning Pennsylvania that he is overseeing his reelection campaign in the state.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) voted last week against protecting patients with preexisting conditions, so Democrat Gina Ortiz Jones, who lost to Hurd by 926 votes is challenging him again.
It seems like every Democrat in the country is running for president in 2020. There could be as many as 20 candidates who lose the nomination next year. But who will win?
With so many candidates running, how worried should Democrats be about a fiasco like a deadlocked nomination battle leading to a loss in November?
Even though Joe Biden is being attacked from within his own party for excessive public displays of affection, Donald Trump still fears the popular former vice president more than any other Democrat.
White House aides have said that the president worries Biden would win his home state of Pennsylvania if the two run against each other, as well as other northern “rust belt” states that Trump won in 2016. If that happens, then Trump’s chances of winning reelection will be slightly above zero.
Over the weekend there were two big victories for Democrats in Louisiana which have sent shockwaves throughout the Republican Party.
The elections won by Democratic candidates took place in two Louisiana state districts that Trump won in 2016 by huge margins.
Donald Trump’s self-destructive decision to try to completely dismantle the Affordable Care Act, as the race for the 2020 election is just beginning, has Republican lawmakers and GOP consultants panicking. They know something that he apparently doesn’t know: that Trump’s moves on healthcare and other social programs will assure that he loses in 2020. And they also will severely harm the chances of all other Republican candidates in next year’s elections.
Donald Trump has just accomplished an extremely difficult task. Over the past few days he has made moves that have united the Democratic Party.
Every single Democrat in Congress was outraged that Trump had his hand-picked attorney general write a brief summary of Bob Mueller’s 22 month investigation that allowed the president to claim “complete exoneration.”
William Barr’s latest move as Trump’s attorney general is intended to destroy the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) but also may destroy the GOP.
Last December a federal district court judge issued a ruling saying the Obamacare individual mandate is now unconstitutional because of a provision of the 2017 GOP tax scam law. At the time we reported that the decision could give Democrats control of the Senate in 2020.
Now that the Mueller probe has ended, and Bill Barr sent his summary letter to Congress, Donald Trump and his allies believe they have a winning issue for the 2020 election. But that may not be true.
Leaders from around the globe are desperately urging Joe Biden to run for president next year, hoping that he will beat Donald Trump and restore order and normalcy to the world stage.
Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election prospects continue to collapse as he is making moves to appease the extreme right-wing of the Republican Party.
Although he insanely claimed to have won the presidency in 2016 by a massive landslide, the truth is he barely won the electoral college, and lost the popular vote by a large margin.
Although there were 12 Republican U.S. Senators who voted against Donald Trump in the vote last week on his emergency declaration, this doesn’t mean there is a widespread revolt in his party. In fact, what’s more revealing is to look at the senators who did NOT vote against the president, and understand why. Because it shows that Donald Trump’s stranglehold on the Republican Party is as strong as ever.
The Associated Press (AP) is reporting this morning about Donald Trump’s new strategy for dealing with the many investigations he is facing from federal and state prosecutors, as well as from House Democrats. Apparently the president plans to keep fighting without realizing he has already lost the battle.
A newly published survey of Florida voters shows that a majority of them no longer support Donald Trump, meaning his reelection in 2020 is in serious doubt.
Florida is the largest swing state, with nearly 14 million registered voters. In the 2016 election Trump won 49% of the Florida vote while Hillary Clinton won nearly 48%. This shows that his margin of error was always slim in the Sunshine State, and now it has probably disappeared entirely.
A new poll released this morning by POLITICO shows that former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz might disrupt the 2020 race for president if he decides to run as an independent candidate. The poll gives credibility to the opinion of many Democrats who have been saying that a Schultz candidacy could help re-elect Donald Trump as president.