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New Book Tells What and Who Can Grab The White House From Trump
By: Hutchinson Report
Noted political analyst Earl Ofari Hutchinson says that the one question more than two dozen Democrats are asking is, "Who can beat Trump in 2020?" In his new ebook, Who Can Beat Trump, Hutchinson says the answer to that is really less about the actual Democratic presidential candidate who can beat Trump, then what it will take to beat him.
Hutchinson notes, "The names of potential Democratic presidential contenders by the close of 2018 filled a small telephone book. There were the usual suspects, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and even Hillary Clinton. There were plenty of relative newcomers on the scene---senators, congresspersons, a couple of mayors, a reality TV attorney, and even Oprah. The field will eventually whittle down to just a few names who have any realistic chance against Trump."
Hutchinson cautions that whoever ultimately claws their way to the top will bump hard up against several brutal realities in going toe to toe with Trump. He'll have the aura of incumbency. He'll have a king's ransom in his campaign war chest, He'll have a united GOP behind him. He'll have a load of GOP controlled states most notably Ohio and Florida that elect presidents and their redistricting and gerrymandering friendly districts and voters by his side. He'll have a slavish mainstream media that no matter whether they love or hate him they still give him tons of free media coverage.
He'll have a massive base that lives and dies on every slur, name call, and dig he makes at Democrats, the media and anyone else Heartland America loves to hate. He'll have the unabashed willingness to hurl gutter insults at any contender and, more often than not, make those insults stick. Just ask "Crooked Hillary."
"The polls that consistently showed Trump as "unpopular" with "low disapproval"
"It will be a hard, uphill battle for Trump's opponent. The battle will not only be about personalities, though much of Trump's tact and attacks will be personal, it also will be about organization, messaging, political focus, and the ability to mount a hard in the trenches ground game. It will be about rallying the Democrat's base supporters and expanding its base of young, women, Hispanics and Black voters. It will be about putting forth a vision of change for America
Who Can Beat Trump? provides a message to, and guidepost for, Trump's Democratic presidential opponent to and emerge triumphant. Equally important, Hutchinson provides a laser look at the issues that will dominate the 2020 presidential campaign and that Trump and his Democratic opponent will war over."
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