The electoral map for Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign looks arduous. With a number of states turning increasingly blue, Trump needs to thread a very difficult needle to get to 270 electoral votes.
During his recent rallies it seems that Donald Trump has absolutely no idea of who he’s running against. Last week, it really seemed like he was running against Joe Biden’s son Hunter.
And at every one of these rallies, he makes sure to throw in a dig at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. As a freshman congresswoman, AOC doesn’t really wield the same kind of power of a Nancy Pelosi or a Chuck Schumer.
Recently, Republican lawmakers like Ben Sasse and Mitt Romney have forcefully condemned Donald Trump. But for every Romney or Sasse, there are 15 GOP Reps willing to completely debase themselves for the president.
Donald Trump has spent most of the year aching to get back in front of his supporters. The one time he did, however, the turnout was quite terrible. Following the Tulsa disaster, Trump has seen a New Hampshire rally, and the Jacksonville portion of the RNC canceled.
Organizers expect some 2,500 students to join the event in front of the Capitol Building, where Congress sits, with similar rallies taking place in 46 states.
If you're going to name your event the "Mother of all Rallies," you should probably make sure a sizable number of people show up.
This president can continue to hold campaign rallies and convince himself that those who show up actually represent the vast majority of the country, but they don't.
The president is more passionate about the fanfare of a presidential campaign than he is about actually governing the country.
For Americans hoping that Trump would strike a more unifying tone, his Cincinnati rally on Thursday was a deeply disappointing spectacle.
President Obama spoke today in Hilliard, Ohio about workers who were scared by Mitt Romney's lies about Jeep moving their jobs to China.