Apparently the Democrats have learned nothing since 2016. They still don’t know why they got beat. And that means we will have to rely on Mr. Trump to beat himself – not a sure thing by any means.
The animosity of Canadians – some have gone so far as to boycott purchasing American goods – runs that deep. They would gladly collude with adversaries of this President.
We have to work on the basis of reality rather than wishful thinking. Now that Moscow has jumped into the fray, it needs not only better knowledge and understanding of American internal political realities than it has ever had before, but also infinite caution.
Being excessively confrontational or overly ideological has seldom been a winning formula for the Democrats. Party members might want to ponder what happened the last time they went the radical route.
Ocasio-Cortez’s victory shows just how much U.S. politics is boiling over.
But it is all too easy to suggest that Trump won only because of Russian interference.
'We won because we organized. We won because we had a very clear, winning message, and we took that message to doors that had never been knocked on before.'