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Old 10-07-2017, 03:32 AM  
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WaPo: Trump is on track to win reelection

Trump is on track to win reelection

By Doug Sosnik October 6 at 7:22 PM
Doug Sosnik, a Democratic political strategist, was a senior adviser to President Bill Clinton from 1994 to 2000.

More than half of Americans donít think Donald Trump is fit to serve as president, yet he has a clear path to winning reelection. If Trump isnít removed from office and doesnít lead the country into some form of global catastrophe, he could secure a second term simply by maintaining his current level of support with his political base.

We have entered a new era in American politics. The 2016 election exposed how economic, social and cultural issues have splintered the country and increasingly divided voters by age, race, education and geography. This isnít going to change.

What have changed are the political fault lines that have driven the debate since the early 1980s. Until now, the ideological divides between the parties were largely differences around social issues, defense spending and trade, as well as tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations. Today, the central issue has become populism as voters have moved away from the two political parties and increasingly self-identified as independents.

In 2016, Trump capitalized on this changing political environment. He consolidated the growing number of angry voters who felt let down by the people and institutions that control power in the country. Trumpís support from these voters is personal, not ideological. That explains their willingness to stick with him despite his failures of leadership.

Since Trumpís inaugural address, his focus has been on maintaining his support among this loyal base rather than expanding it. As counterintuitive as it may seem, this could be a winning political strategy.

First, Trump knows that gaining the support of a majority of voters in a presidential election is not a requirement; itís simply an aspiration. In fact, two out of the last three presidents were elected despite losing the popular vote.

Second, the continued decline in support for both political parties works to Trumpís advantage. The lack of votersí faith in both parties increases the probability that there will be a major third-party candidate on the 2020 ballot. It will also lead to other minor-party candidates joining the presidential race. The multi-candidate field will further divide the anti-Trump vote, making it possible for him to get reelected simply by holding on to his current level of support.

Third, despite dismal poll numbers, Trump enters the contest with a job approval rating that is certainly at least marginally better than what the current national polls would suggest. Throughout the 2016 election, most analysts tracked the national polling, which failed to capture Trumpís strength in key battleground states. Current surveys continue to understate his support. Many national polls survey all eligible voters, rather than registered or likely voters, which can underestimate Trump, and some voters may be reluctant to admit that they are pro-Trump at all. Add to that the fact that Trump effectively demonstrated during the 2016 campaign that he is capable of expanding his support by effectively demonizing his opponents.

Fourth, Trumpís support has largely remained durable with a core group of supporters. These are the voters Trump was referring to when he said that he could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot someone and he wouldnít lose votes. There is another group of Trump followers whose support isnít unequivocal, but they have stayed with him because they still believe he will blow up the system and bring about real change.

In order to maintain and nurture his base, Trump will continue to embrace conflict, which will probably solidify his historically low approval ratings. Trump cannot win a two-person race this way. But he can prevail in a field with strong independent candidates on the ballot.

So for Democrats and others who want to beat Trump, unifying behind one candidate will be essential. In addition, Trump must carry Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin in 2020 to win. Efforts should begin now to chip away at his support in these states.

It would be as big a mistake to assume that Trump cannot win reelection in 2020 as it was for those of us who never thought that he could become president in the first place.

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Old 10-01-2018, 10:30 PM   #31
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I absolutely agree.

Right now, the Dems couldn't organize portapotty placement outside of a football game.
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Old 10-01-2018, 11:46 PM   #32
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He's on track according to polls because he's not running against anyone yet. But that isn't necessarily a bad thing, personally I'm glad that we aren't being delivered a DNC-chosen candidate like Hillary again. Having an open nominating process can be exciting. Nobody saw Obama coming in 2006, nor was anyone talking about Trump as a serious candidate in 2014. Let's wait and see what happens through the primaries and see who rises to the top.

Maybe I'm optimistic, but I'm betting that open competition is going to end up producing a better candidate than we had with Hillary. Alternatively, it could be a giant cluster****.
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Old 10-02-2018, 12:39 AM   #33
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Trump has bumped 4 elections and lost 2.

I's argue he has him some sway...
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:40 AM   #34
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Not that these people’s opinion matter but it’s funny to read about their thoughts on 2016 and Trump in 2020.

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FRANK BRUNI: I feel like one can't have any conversation today, without it being at some point about Donald Trump. So I thought we'd just begin with Donald Trump.

Get him entirely out of the way.

In my world of friends and acquaintances it seems like everybody is either in near hysteria and feels like we're in the end of days. Or they look at those people and see a bunch of drama queens. I want to know where you two stand on this. What is your state of mind and state of feeling about the Donald Trump era?

We'll start with you Camille because I know you're so shy with your opinions.

CAMILLE PAGLIA: I am a Bernie Sanders supporter. I voted for Jill Stein. So I want to make that clear.

My feeling is that an election occured.

It is incumbent upon the defeated party to pull itself together, or else we're going to get the reelection of the present administration. That's what I feel right now.

BRUNI: You feel like he is going to get reelected?

PAGLIA: Yes. The Democrats have overplayed their hand. And the -- I just can't imagine--

BRUNI: You're already betting on his reelection less than 100 days in?

PAGLIA: Yes because what the Democrats needed to do-- and the major media, Frank, needed to do was to do some soul-searching.

BRUNI: By that you mean the failing New York Times?

PAGLIA: Yes.

BRUNI: Yes, we're going to rebrand this 'Failing Times Talks.'

PAGLIA: If you read only the New York Times-- I said, 'Oh my God!' The readers of the New York Times are heading for a major, major breakdown shock if Trump is in fact elected.

BRUNI: Did you think he was going to be elected?

PAGLIA: I was the very first to call him a carnival barker, and I didn't take him seriously at all. And then, shortly after the very first Republican debate, I saw Diamond & Silk, the African-American sisters doing a pro-Trump attack on Megyn Kelly on their podcast, and I thought, I suddenly saw the populism, and from that moment forward, I could feel the momentum of it. And the New York media was in an absolute bubble about this. Let's not get started on the strategic errors of the Hillary campaign...

BRUNI: We're going to get to that, but let me ask Andy: When he came down the escalator, almost two years ago now, did you think it was possible we'd be sitting here tonight talking about him in the White House?

ANDY COHEN: No. Actually, I kept thinking in the back of my head, 'He could win!' I thought it was possible. I was the idiot who was going to FiveThirtyEight and looking at Nate Silver's percentages eighteen times a day. And I was like, 'It's okay, it's at 72% today, so it is going to be okay!'

I just felt like the biggest asshole on election night, like I had been--

And then suddenly all the tweets were-- The New York Times is predicting 85% chance Trump is going to win by 9:30 at night... So I do feel like an idiot. I got sucked into this thing, but when I did -- nothing was sticking to him, he was behaving like a Real Housewife at all of these debates, and he was --and not in a good way...

And he was, but he was talking to people in a way that they were connecting with, and the thing that is so upsetting to me and a lot of people is that facts don't matter anymore. And he can lie and lie and lie, and it is his own truth, and it is funny you said you think he could be reelected.

Just today I was walking by a monitor, I don't know what channel was on, but there was -- he has some slogan about jobs for America or some new plan. And I saw that chyron: 'Jobs For America Plan,' and I thought to myself, okay, it doesn't even matter if this works or not, he could get reelected because he has a 'Jobs For America' plan. But I had that thought today
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:17 AM   #35
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The media couldn't have been proven more wrong in the 2016 election.

And the stupid liberals on this board ate every word of their 24/7 pro-HRC/Anti-Trump propaganda.

And the way the Dems treated Kavanaugh these past few wks, has woken up a sleeping giant. I haven't seen this many people pissed off at the left before, at least in my young voting life. But most of the people I've talked to have all said something along the lines of "I've never voted in a mid-term election before, but I'm certainly going to vote in this one".

I think the left was counting on a lot of conservative no shows at the voting polls. That won't be the case this Nov. Dems overreached bigtime and it's going to cost them.

And Trump chose Kavanaugh (in part) because of his stance on military tribunals. It's not just a coincidence that Graham asked him that during the hearing. That's really why the left is shitting their pants. Has nothing to do w/ RvW or any of that nonsense.

Graham has been re-born. He's been forgiven (maybe pardoned?) and his McCain puppet strings have been cut, but the generals are right up his ass and he was told to play ball. What else would cause Graham to do a complete 180 deg flip on Trump? John McCain arranged agreement w/ Trump admin and was put to death under the cover of his illness, and in exchange was given a Hero's burial + week long ceremonial tour around the US to save his family's name/legacy. Why else would the family of McCain and his deep state cronies turn a funeral into a Trump bashing event?
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Bush 1 was on track to win reelection later in the game - 1991. How did that turn out?
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Bush 1 was on track to win reelection later in the game - 1991. How did that turn out?
That won't play itself out the same way this time, Trump WILL BE the Ross Perot of this election. He likely won't have a rich businessman jumping in and pulling votes away from him the way Bush did.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:44 AM   #38
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That won't play itself out the same way this time, Trump WILL BE the Ross Perot of this election. He likely won't have a rich businessman jumping in and pulling votes away from him the way Bush did.
A lot can happen in two years, and none of us can see the future.

Hillary was a sure bet - all the way up to election day.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:52 AM   #39
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This midterm election will tell you about 2020. If Republicans get out and vote right now it is a clear sign that Trump is going to sail through to a second term.
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A lot can happen in two years, and none of us can see the future.

Hillary was a sure bet - all the way up to election day.
Agreed, I should of added that it was just my opinion. But you bringing that up really has me thinking about that election. Was that the first time a "third guy" actually started getting traction? I see some interesting similarities between that election and now
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Bush 1 was on track to win reelection later in the game - 1991. How did that turn out?
Bush lost because he screwed up royally by raising taxes and pissed off a lot of people including Ross Perot. Bush was uncharismatic and only won because he was a Reagan third term, and he screwed it up.

In fact, if you go back on YouTube, you can find trump interviews in that time heavily criticizing Bush 1 for not being very business friendly. He wasn’t pro Perot but you can clearly tell he was not a fan of the Bush Administration.

So in the end, I don’t think 1991 is comparable to now or 2020.
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The MSM was saying Hillary was a shoo-in. But this is the first of many opinion pieces about the 2020 election. Sounds like WaPo is gearing up for some reverse psychology.
Yea. They also predicted Hillary would beat him in a rematch in 2020.

It's all bullshit.
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The media couldn't have been proven more wrong in the 2016 election.

And the stupid liberals on this board ate every word of their 24/7 pro-HRC/Anti-Trump propaganda.

And the way the Dems treated Kavanaugh these past few wks, has woken up a sleeping giant. I haven't seen this many people pissed off at the left before, at least in my young voting life. But most of the people I've talked to have all said something along the lines of "I've never voted in a mid-term election before, but I'm certainly going to vote in this one".

I think the left was counting on a lot of conservative no shows at the voting polls. That won't be the case this Nov. Dems overreached bigtime and it's going to cost them.

And Trump chose Kavanaugh (in part) because of his stance on military tribunals. It's not just a coincidence that Graham asked him that during the hearing. That's really why the left is shitting their pants. Has nothing to do w/ RvW or any of that nonsense.

Graham has been re-born. He's been forgiven (maybe pardoned?) and his McCain puppet strings have been cut, but the generals are right up his ass and he was told to play ball. What else would cause Graham to do a complete 180 deg flip on Trump? John McCain arranged agreement w/ Trump admin and was put to death under the cover of his illness, and in exchange was given a Hero's burial + week long ceremonial tour around the US to save his family's name/legacy. Why else would the family of McCain and his deep state cronies turn a funeral into a Trump bashing event?
What's so important to Trump about military tribunals?

My two adult daughters have both been energized by the Kavanaugh hearings. One of them was already political (conservative), but this captured her attention more than any other issue I've ever noticed. The other seemed pretty ambivalent about politics to me (although I'd say she's inclined toward conservatism by birth and upbringing) until she got interested in the hearings and annoyed by the democrats.

OTOH, I have liberal friends who are absolutely convinced that Kavanaugh did everything Ford claimed and that his denials were just ill-tempered lies. So I guess the elections are going to be good entertainment.
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A notorious womanizer in the WH?
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