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CNN: Trump is not easy and could win a landslide victory in the 2020 election

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CNN: Trump is not easy and could win a landslide victory in the 2020 election Empty CNN: Trump is not easy and could win a landslide victory in the 2020 election

Post by rocky on Wed 10 Jul 2019, 7:14 am

CNN: Trump is not easy and could win a landslide victory in the 2020 election


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Many liberal Democrats in the United States believe that the chances of winning the next round of elections in 2020 are nothing but futility. This is simply a strategy of intimidation by the party's "central Democrats" to prevent voters from choosing a "pure liberal democratic member" to run for president against President Trump in 2020, CNN reports. 

According to CNN, there is some evidence to suggest that the owners of this belief right, and this evidence is represented specifically by the current US president himself Donald Trump. Opponents of the Trump Republican Party in the 2016 election race campaigned the entire campaign, asserting that the Republican nomination for the controversial billionaire would lose him chances of winning Hillary Clinton in the general election, and Trump won. 

 

It depends on the identity of the Democratic candidate

 

Except for a new poll by The Washington Post and ABC New, which at least indicates that the identity of the Democratic candidate could make a difference in whether Trump wins a second term. 

Former Vice President Joe Biden offered Trump 53% to 43% in this national poll, but Biden is the only Democrat who outperforms this statistic to the current president. 

Senator Kamala Harris of California made 48%, while 46% of Trump, while Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 49%, compared with 48% for Trump. The proportion achieved by Trump with the proportions of Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Pitt Botegj, Mayor of South Bend. 

 

Biden may be the Democrats' favorite

 

Biden's progress on Trump explains in one way or another the fact that Biden is a well-known value on the national scene, as a result of his eight-year tenure as Vice President Barack Obama and serving in the Senate for more than three decades. Biden is well known - even for independents and Republican lovers - , Unlike Sanders, for example, who did not leave a liberal doctrine but embrace it without showing any regret. 

 

Trump has a strong chance of winning and 

 

although the next eight months will decide Biden's chances of winning, the main points we can draw from the Washington Post and ABC poll - or at least one - are that Trump will not be a rival in the November elections In 2020.

The main point, as reported by The Washington Post and ABC, is that Trump will not run against a perfect Democratic candidate in 2020. His rival will be a layman with his strengths and weaknesses. Based on poll numbers, Trump has a chance to defeat the finalist.

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