American citizens are finally aware that Democrats are against America and they will destroy it if they had the chance. That’s why Democrat party’s chances of taking the Senate someday are between slim and none. And Slim just left town.
The Democrats have been trying to Plot out Trump’s demise since he became President. I guess this means impeachment is a no go.
So they are preparing for 2020 with a candidate that will guarantee that President Trump will win again in 2020!
A handful of prominent Massachusetts Democrats are looking to stop President Donald Trump from winning the White House again in 2020 and the list has more than a few notables.
From The Daily Caller:
1) Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
Warren is adamant that her focus is on her re-election campaign for her Senate seat in 2018.
“I am running in 2018 for senator from Massachusetts,” the senator said in April. “I am deeply blessed that the people of the commonwealth sent me to Washington to fight for them, and that’s what I’ll keep on doing.”
Warren has yet to make a formal announcement for a 2020 run, however, she has maintained a national profile throughout Trump’s first year in the White House. Warren took on Trump and Republican leadership during their push to repeal Obamacare, even offering up her name as a co-sponsor for Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont single-payer health care bill.
Her stands against Republicans and the president on the national stage has earned her nearly $13 million in campaign donations, that could prove vital going into both 2018 and a possible 2020 cycle.
2) Rep. Joe Kennedy
The great-nephew of late President John F. Kennedy, Joe Kennedy is a member of the state’s congressional delegation.
Kennedy has reportedly been taking trips to Ohio, Michigan and other places around the nation known to be big presidential campaign stops.
He also is known for working with Republicans, that could give him some bipartisan support if he decides to throw his name in the hat for 2020.
3) Other Mass. Democrats Looking To Take On Trump
Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts is considering a 2020 run. Moulton served four tours in Iraq and has made a name for himself in Washington by taking a hard-line against the president.
Moulton has yet to say he will formally run, but he has given the illusion he might run. The representative gave a speech at a Democratic rally in Iowa in November. Iowa is also home of some of the presidential caucuses.
Another Massachusetts Democrat considering a bid is the former state governor and friend of former President Barack Obama, Deval Patrick.
Patrick left office in 2015 and has remained oddly quiet for the man who once told the party to “grow a backbone.” He hasn’t announced his bid, but Patrick got back in the spotlight last month while campaigning for Alabama senator-elect Doug Jones.
4) Joe Bidden
MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch said Friday that “someone close to [Joe] Biden” says the former vice president will run for president in 2020 if he is healthy.
On Thursday, Biden said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey that he “has a regret” that he is not the president but didn’t feel he could put all of his attention on the 2016 race because his son, Beau, had recently died of brain cancer. He also said he thought he was the most qualified person to be president at the time.
Biden’s comments led some to believe he may throw his hat into the ring in 2020, and Deutsch all but confirmed that on “Morning Joe” Friday.
“I spoke to someone close to Biden and they said if he’s healthy he’s going for it in 2020,” Deutsch said.
“Well, we’ll see,” Mike Barnicle laughed.
“Long ways off, we’ll see,” cohost Willie Geist said.
U.S. Sen. Cory Booker is considered the sixth most likely Democrat to run in his party’s presidential nomination in 2020, according to the Washington Post’s latest ranking of prospective candidates.
“This just feels like the time for Booker,” the Post wrote.
Like everyone else on the list, Booker, D-N.J., is more than a year away from announcing his plans. First, there’s a 2018 midterm election, which could catapult Booker into the majority if Democrats recapture the Senate.
6) Bernie Sanders
The Post said U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who challenged Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic nod, was the leading candidate this time around. The second was former Vice President Joe Biden, a two-time unsuccessful candidate for the nomination.
No Democrat will win for a long, long time. They just don’t have the people’s interest in their agenda. The people want an end to illegal immigration, a wall, an end to sanctuary cities, a good affordable health care plan, law and order, freedom of speech, a right to bear arms, good trade deals, prosperity, no wars.
What she does care about is the POWER of the Democratic Party including her own rise to power. That is why media has given her so much attention since Trump’s election.
Do you think Trump will beat him in 2020?
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