Donald J. Trump IS the President of the United States….
Most Americans would vote him out yesterday….
The VAST majority of Republicans are SOLIDITY behind him….
Joe Biden leads the Democrats running for the nomination and beats Trump in more places that any of the other’s run-in against him…But?
There will be another Democratic debate next week….
Then there will be FOUR MORE debates before the first nomination contests actually begin…
All the while Trump will be impeached and then will NOT be convicted…
Someone see a problem for Democrats in this?
Trump WILL be locking his party and supporters votes during all of this while Democrats attack each other in a effort to be King of the mountain (There will be no Queen…)
A LOT of Democrats are NOT happy, and worried about their party not rowing together to get what they want…
The past three years have not been easy for the political fortunes or the emotional health of America’s Democrats. To the extent they feel optimistic about anything, they have been waiting for the 2020 election in the way inhabitants of a storm-ravaged city might look toward the end of hurricane season — as an opportunity to restore order not just to their fractured physical world, but to their battered psyches.
Why, then, even with the potential catharsis of impeachment proceedings against President Trump underway, do so many feel so awful?
“My big fear is that we are not coalescing around one candidate, and I don’t know in the end if there’s enough people who will come out and vote,” said Mac Macnair, a Democrat who lives in a deep-red county in rural Georgia. “Four years is as long as I can go, but eight years — we won’t even have an America left.”
Ms. Macnair, a former teacher in her late 50s, was in Greenwood a few weeks ago to listen to her preferred candidate, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., speak in a college gym. She was excited to hear what he had to say. But she was still fretting about the state of the party, and the state of the nation, at the end of 2019.