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.
Tagged: 2020 presidential race
Donald Trump, at a 2016 campaign speech in Michigan, became the first Republican presidential candidate in modern times to overtly court black voters.
Six candidates and yet not a scrap of Clintonesque or Obamaesque political skill in a contest in which nothing less will do.
Never will the Dems admit that Donald Trump has struck a resonant chord in the heartland of the country.
If white-hot hatred of Donald Trump alone is sufficient to get one or another of the announced Democrats elected, what then will that Democrat do to govern more effectively than Donald Trump has?
Democratic presidential hopefuls find themselves pulled inexorably to positions that were unthinkable even to the Obama campaign.
A Democrat from even a single generation ago doesn’t recognize the Democratic Party of 2019.
The Democratic Party we remember has gone the way of rotary phones, TV picture tubes and 45 rpm records. What we have in its place is a party filled with wannabes who claw, fight, elbow and hip check each other trying to be the one farthest to the left.