Trump’s massive reelection campaign has 2016 themes ‘ and a 2020 infrastructure


Trump’s massive reelection campaign has 2016 themes ‘ and a 2020 infrastructure‘The Washington PostHand Trump an Anvil, Fellow Democrats‘The Wall Street JournalJudge Jeanine: The joke’s on you, Speaker Pelosi‘Fox NewsNewt Gingrich: Pelosi’s grip slips as Ocasio-Cortez and friends throw a party, leave the grandparents at home‘Fox NewsNewt Gingrich: Young Democrats are Throwing a Party, and the Grandparents aren’t Invited | Opinion‘NewsweekView full coverage on Google News

President Trump and his advisers are launching a behemoth 2020 campaign operation combining his raw populist message from 2016 with a massive data-gathering and get-out-the-vote push aimed at dwarfing any previous presidential reelection effort, according to campaign advisers, White House aides, Republican officials and others briefed on the emerging strategy.

Trump’s advisers also believe the Democratic Party’s recent shift to the left on a host of issues, from the push for Medicare-for-all to a proposed Green New Deal, will help the president and other Republicans focus on a Trumpian message of strong economic growth, nationalist border restrictions and ‘America First’ trade policies. Trump’s ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan will become, in signs and rally chants, ‘Keep America Great!’

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Hand Trump an Anvil, Fellow Democrats

An absurd debate is taking place in the Democratic Party: To beat Donald Trump in 2020, do we motivate our base or do we try appealing to the Obama-Trump voters who won him the Rust Belt? To win a presidential election, you don’t choose between your core supporters and swing voters. You have to appeal to both, and the way to do it is to win the economic narrative.

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  • Publisher: WSJ
  • Date: 2019-03-10T19:18:00.000Z
  • Author: James Carville and Jim Messina
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Newt Gingrich: Young Democrats are Throwing a Party, and the Grandparents aren’t Invited | Opinion

The radical young voters the Democrats have been courting for years have finally elected like-minded radical young representatives’and Pelosi and her leadership team has no control over them.

A big reason why, as I mentioned on Hannity this week, is that there is a wide generational gap between Democratic House leadership and freshmen Democrats, such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and others.

The median year of birth for the 59 Democrats who assumed office this year is 1973. Sixteen of these members were born on or after 1980. Nancy Pelosi was born in 1940. The average age of Democratic leadership as a whole is 71. To the new Democrats, the members of leadership are like the grandparents. I don’t mean this in a positive way that could foster an opportunity for maternal or paternal mentorships. To the new Democrats, Pelosi’s team represents an outdated, backward way of thinking about government. How many 30-somethings do you know who share the same point of view as their 80-year-old grandparents?

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  • Publisher: Newsweek
  • Date: 2019-03-09T11:14:02-05:00
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