Bloomberg’s bet is dangerous, but in the end, it simply reflects how dangerous the whole Democratic Party’s bet is.
One year out from the next election, and a unifying candidate strong enough to eject the American billionaire in 2020 is struggling to emerge for the Democratic Party nomination.
It is very likely that Bloomberg’s candidacy is a message to Biden that he will not gain the support of big money donors who want another contender who can face down Trump.
[D]emocrats must find a candidate capable of inspiring Americans, while also being prepared to get down in the mud, the president’s preferred terrain.
Ultimately, those who loved Donald Trump in 2016 support him more than ever. And those who hated him now hate him even more.
But “drilling for dirt” and hunting for prey in the Ukrainian fields is an old business, and primarily that of the Democrats.
Among the many similarities between the two, there is one that stands out: Neither was elected on anything more concrete than promises of restoring the good old days.
These battles are not only about the social and economic issues that sometimes dominate the media, but they are also now connected to issues of religion, race and culture.
<i>The political campaign staff working for the American president commercialized plastic straws to support Donald Trump for the 2020 election.</i>
Donald Trump does not like environmentally friendly straws. Paper straws that constantly disintegrate drive him crazy. He “deals [with it]” because “turtles are [Read more]
If Trump loses, the Democratic president will not be handed an America minus Trump, but rather Trump’s America.