Progressives are about to prove it.

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President Donald J. Trump talks with reporters outside the South Portico entrance of the White House Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, prior to boarding Marine One en route to Joint Base Andrews, Md. to begin his trip to North Carolina. (Official White House Photo by Tia Dufour)

Trump won the debate last night against Joe Biden. By the end of the day tomorrow, or by next week at the latest, we will have certain proof.

No, it won’t come in the form of approval ratings, which are nebulous at best and not much good at proving anything. The proof of Trump’s debate win won’t be found in the efforts to which many members of the media will now go to shield Joe Biden and spin his performance into something masterful and commanding.

Those things will be evidence Trump won, but we will be seeing proof. Trump might have completely blown his first debate, like other incumbent presidents running for reelection before him, but Donald Trump trounced Joe Biden in the second round. …

Considering major pollsters would like to double their margins for error, probably not.

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Running Against Trump’s Negatives

The Democratic Party is betting the House of Representatives, and a whole lot more, on the unpopularity of Donald Trump.

That Trump is unfit for office is currently an important part of the Democratic Party platform, if not the most important part. …

Republicans have Trump; Democrats have another tiger by the tail.

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Protesters took to the streets of Seattle, WA to march in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed while being taken into custody by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota. May 30, 2020. (photo: Kelly Kline)

For better or worse, richer or poorer, Republicans are stuck with the slings and arrows of President Donald J. Trump.

On one hand, outrageous fortune: A massive new fundraising machine, a brand new era of digital campaign mastery, swelling Republican voter registrations, fewer overly-onerous regulations, a robust economy, and a slew of new conservative judges, including three new Supreme Court Justices.

On the other hand, a sea of troubles.

Everyone hates Donald Trump. An army of celebrities are currently out campaigning against him- everyone from the cast of Happy Days to the cast of Seinfeld is getting in on the act. Musicians hate him. Big Tech companies, and almost all the people who work for these all-powerful giants, can’t stand him. …


Dr. Munr Kazmir

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