New Democratic energy won't be enough for 2020
Whichever Democrat gets their name on the ballot needs to understand that nothing achieved so far by their party comes close to being enough to fight the Trump factor and win
Democrats may have cracked open some bubbly to celebrate taking back the House of Representatives, but the party now faces a much more important and difficult challenge. Which one of its frontline politicians is willing and able to step into the Trump pit and take on what will be the toughest political election ever? 2020, the next presidential election, is horribly, horribly close. And will be horribly, horribly mean.
Lest any one of them might have...
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