I don't see how any of the current candidates can beat Trump.There is no senerio that Donald Trump will be dethrowned in next election. The economy is too good and democrats is just dogs chasing it's tail.
Any chance a democrat can win?
It's just because they have nothing to offer that appeals to the broader public other than "we're not Trump". I don't think that's good enough given that everything seems to be going along fairly well in the country.
I remember this exact sentiment before 2016, enough votes were split and Trump won. I am watching the same thing happen again. Weird rule breaking, mixed popular candidates, the continued dislike of Bernie by the DNC and.......... it doesn’t surprise me people believe it will be a landslide.It’s good enough for me... and I know others that it’s good enough for. I’m not getting into what appeals to me from the list of candidates, it doesn’t matter on this forum, but for me any candidate other than trump is more appealing to me. Call it shallow or whatever, but I’ve seen and heard enough of trump to know he will never appeal to me in any fashion and certainly not as the leader of this country I call home.
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HRC wants to be nobody's VP ~ Mike's choices would likely either be Sen. Kamela Harris of California, or Stacy Abrams of Georgia.I was reading Bloomberg floated the idea of having Hillary as his VP.
Isn't Bloomberg everything you Democrats hate? He's a billionaire old white guy that is a misogynist and a racist. He is buying his way into the presidential race and somehow, that doesn't bother you?Au contraire!
Bloomberg literally gets under Trump's skin! Trump can really dish out insults but can't seem to take them!
He may have to get Honest Rudy to go dig up dirt on Little Mikey, but I can't reallly see him going over to the Ukraine for it though!
And if Trump's tax returns are ordered released by the Federal Courts, then it's game, set, and match! As Bloomberg has graciously released his already!
From the point of view of someone viewing US politics from the outside, it is surprising that so many people think Trump is certain to win.
Polls show him as having a lower approval rating than almost all sitting presidents in modern times. Furthermore, he didn't even win the popular vote last time. Also, it's unlikely his opponent will bring as much baggage as last time.
He may well be reelected, but I don't think there's much evidence at this stage to suggest it will be by a landslide.