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KingCharles
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« on: December 07, 2016, 06:19:52 pm »

It's still way too early to say someone would easily win.

Voice of reason!! Thank you Smiley

We really have no idea what will happen the next two or four years Smiley

Tell that to our fellow Democrats on this board who are already banking on the idea that Trump will be so bad as president that by 2020 we'll win back the White House.

Forgetting of course that even Nixon and Bush managed to win a second term.
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KingCharles
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« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2016, 06:14:20 pm »

It's still way too early to say someone would easily win.

Voice of reason!! Thank you Smiley

We really have no idea what will happen the next two or four years Smiley

Tell that to our fellow Democrats on this board who are already banking on the idea that Trump will be so bad as president that by 2020 we'll win back the White House.

Forgetting of course that even Nixon and Bush managed to win a second term.

Nixon and Bush were not unpopular during their re-election years.

And you realize that this goes both ways, right?

Trump has three years to gain popularity and momentum. If he leaves Medicare/SS in check, passes infrastructure spending, passes tax cuts, and uses crony capitalist means to keep jobs here then he could easily win reelection.

It does go both ways but I don't care if the opposing side is banking on a Trump blowout in 2020. Let them believe whatever they want.
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