The New York Times/Siena College poll of registered voters shows Joe Biden up by 14 points over President Donald Trump, and increasing his tremendous lead among women and minorities. Bill Whittle says, “Joe Biden is a lawn sign”, and there are many reasons why this poll should cause little concern among Trump supporters.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard proposed censure instead of impeachment of President Trump. (Failing that, she voted ‘present’ on impeachment.) With the Democrats and Republicans so divided on the question, is it possible that the representatives of half of the country are disingenuous, deceptive, ill-informed, deceived and/or evil?
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg getting into the presidential race would be a gift to Democrats, America and the world, according to Bret Stephens in The New York Times. Could the billionaire whom Trump calls “Little Michael” neutralize the president’s massive fundraising advantage, as well as some GOP critiques of Democrats, because Bloomberg reportedly doesn’t hate America, hate Israel or hate cops?
The District Attorney in Manhattan, Cyrus Vance, Jr., subpoenas eight years of Trump federal and state tax returns as part of a criminal probe into hush money payments allegedly made to Stephanie Clifford, AKA porn actor Stormy Daniels.
The Leftwing media touts a Republican uprising against President Trump’s 2020 campaign, and the specter of a primary opponent. Should Trump welcome and even encourage never-Trumpers — the loyal opposition — to mount a primary challenge?
Politico reports that big GOP donors complain the 2020 Trump reelection campaign has no plan to win them, or for that matter, to win several Rust Belt states. Can the President really “soar to reelection” on the strength of his record without the major establishment givers and bundlers?