"Raw tensions over race, gender and personal identity are shaping battleground contests."
The risk that it will turn out entirely differently for the Democrats and that Trump and the Republicans will win on Nov. 6 has not been averted.
Trump hasn’t hit the campaign trail for the midterm elections coming up in three months, because he never got off the campaign trail.
During interviews granted to the media over the last few days, even the governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, as well as Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, wondered if Donald Trump would run for a second term in 2020, hardly hiding their fear (or their wish?) that the billionaire would crash the presidential vehicle into a [Read more]
Democrats have more to gain than lose with the “dreamers,” who, for the nightmare called Donald Trump, are more of an electoral bargaining chip than potential undocumented immigrants.
At what point will Trump have gone too far for moderate Republicans?