It is objectively unlikely that so accomplished a president and so incomparably more forceful and capable a candidate will be turned out of office.
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The thing about the issues that appeal to these white voters? They are broadly popular. So why doesn’t the president push them?
2020 may be the most important U.S. election since 1860.
Donald Trump failed to pay taxes on business losses—like every other taxpayer in the world.
There is enough overlap between working-class whites and Latinos that appealing to the one with nationalism, law and order, and laborism would naturally attract the other.
Despite the fear-mongering and divisive tactics of the Democrats and their allies in the press, Americans embrace a country that welcomes progress on the virus and economic renewal.
What we need now are real leaders. Not careerists or opportunists or corporate sellouts, but true men of character, fortitude, and resiliency.
Between the abyss and what goes on in Portland and the Magnificent Mile, there is for the moment nothing else but Trump standing in the breach.
The president could find himself the recipient of tens of thousands of votes from Indian American communities across the United States.
Threatening tweets are no longer passing muster. Just the opposite: They make Trump look weak when he fails to follow through with action.
Americans will vote against socialism and victimhood and for great economic policies protected by law and order.
The mob will come for everyone, sooner or later, and Trump is all that stands between them and the abyss.
Even with the incessant Democratic media effort to terrify the entire population out of its wits over the COVID-19 pandemic, it will no longer be possible to represent Trump as President Chaos.
Now he is duty-bound, for the sake of his presidency and of our beloved country, to confront it.
We can’t even be sure that the best president of modern times will win reelection over a doddering fool in thrall to our society’s most dangerous elements.
The president should emphasize not just the efficacy of his administration but its effects on real people. Focus on “Restoration 2021.”
President Trump is enabling Jared Kushner to drive his chariot dangerously close to the sun. And if Kushner crashes, he will take Trump’s administration with him.
The time to choose between irreconcilable opposites is almost at hand.
Looking back on the 2020 election, historians will say the Mt. Rushmore speech was the moment that Donald Trump won reelection.