I think the guy is a one term President?
I’ve been writing THAT for a while here….
Don’t see ANY reason for him to be around for a second term considering how he has messed up the government and his party ….
Now the Grand ole Party some pretty smart old-time lawmakers running their show…
They are witnessing the loss of who groups of voters….
They have followed Trump’s wants even as they KNOW the guy has a problem with reality….
How far will they go with losing before they reach their senses…if they have any left?
Whatever it augurs for Trump’s own chances, though, the 2018 results underscored how he has truncated the opportunities for congressional Republicans. So long as the party is defined by his racially infused nationalism, it will be a strong competitor in states and House districts dominated by older, blue-collar, and evangelical white voters. But at the same time, the party seems guaranteed to struggle in suburban areas. It will also face growing challenges in Sun Belt states from Democrats who can mobilize an urbanized coalition of Millennials, minorities, and college-educated whites. This year, those voters elected to the Senate Sinema in Arizona and Jacky Rosen in Nevada. And they allowed O’Rourke in Texas and Stacey Abrams in the Georgia governor’s race to run more competitively than any Democrat had in those states for decades. That same formula in 2020 could threaten Republican Senate seats in Colorado, North Carolina, Arizona, and possibly Texas.
Over the past two years, Republicans up and down the ballot could have tried to establish an identity divorced from Trump. Instead, led by Ryan and Mitch McConnell, they sent voters an unmistakable signal that they would not act in any meaningful way to restrain, or even to oversee, him. In 2018, voters in turn sent Republicans an equally unmistakable signal: that their fate is now inextricably bound to the volatile president they have embraced as their leader…..
Donald Trump campaigned AGAINST his adopted party all thru 2016….
Said he was smarter then them?