Elections are never purely about policy. Personality and style and comportment matter – particularly to those voters who can go either way.
Tagged: 2020 election
Put simply, rather than report on an election outcome, the media sought to bring about an election outcome.
Though Dems try to make it so, January 6 is in no way analogous to September 11.
Given his record, does anyone seriously believe that a second-term Trump would have engineered the fiasco in Afghanistan that Biden gave us?
Despite what elite Democrats and the media would have you believe, an overwhelming 80 percent of registered voters believe that requiring a photo ID as a prerequisite to casting a ballot is a good idea.
The Left has done a superb job of placing a tinfoil hat on the head of anyone who still dares to raise questions about the integrity of the November 3 election.
It is unlikely that the Supreme Court will breezily dismiss a suit that is joined by 19 states.
In almost any other industry a failure of this magnitude two times in a row would result in heads rolling. Starting in the executive suite and working down, people would be fired.
Policy successes and promises kept far overshadow any Trumpian personality defects – real or perceived.
Less than two weeks before the 2020 election things look much as they did in 2016.
To imagine the policy impacts of a Trump second term you examine the first. To imagine the policy impacts of a Biden presidency, you examine Democrat-controlled California.
The comparison of the New York City of Rudy Giuliani against the New York City of Bill de Blasio offers a useful preview of a Trump United States vs. a Biden United States.