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Can the Democrats provide a candidate to challenge Trump in 2020? Who and on what basis?


Already the rumors are swirling around about potential candidates for 2020 to run against President Trump. I personally have heard Hillary (again,) Joe Biden, Bernie (again,) Kamala Harris, and even Michelle Obama (that's just a few off the top of my head.) What will be the message that a Democrat can deliver to make their case in an America that's currently seeing an economic rebound, a high stock-market, and a general reduction in regulations? On the counter side, will obstruction on both sides continue to a level which keeps the President from fully implementing his agenda?

 

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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 5 weeks ago

    I think it's time for a full-out housecleaning of the DNC as well - the Party once stood for the middle class, jobs, and held the nation in high regards - the current leadership isn't seen as any of those qualities

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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 5 weeks ago

    relying on outrage isn't really saying anything to the voters - I think she's waffled too much over the years to have enough credibilty and then there is the whole American Indian subject, which will certainly cause headaches


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    bradmasterOCcal 11 days ago

    I agree with you,these are valid points. The voters should vote for the person and not the party. Unfortunately, all the candidates that we get are first selected by the party. catch 22.


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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 4 weeks ago

    Great contribution to the discussion and I agree that the Hispanic population vote will keep growing stronger - a lot of how they will vote in the future likely depends on whether a comprehensive immigration reform is passed or not

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    Ralph Schwartz (RJ Schwartz) 5 weeks ago

    Someone I know summed it up as a campaign based on "against" - anything the Republicans say or do, they are against.


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