The Democrats have no message, no policies and no answer to President Trump’s agenda. So what are they objecting to? This cartoon shows you exactly where they stand.
Clearly, given the success the Trump agenda and approach has had on the economy and abroad, there is nothing else for them to run on.
Other than “millions will die,” “Trump’s a racist and misogynist,” “Trump’s a Russian mole” and the rest of their made-up nonsense they have no message.
Bill Kristol, the former editor-in-chief of The Weekly Standard, is considering challenging President Donald Trump in the 2020 Republican primary.
Kristol, who is consistently one of the most vocal anti-Trump Republicans, has been considering a run for months, a source familiar with Kristol’s thinking told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
Kristol, who remains an editor-at-large for the Standard, said he has no plans to run but declined to rule it out when asked by TheDCNF.
“No plans to run. But I’m randomly in Boston today, and happen to have had lunch with someone who does a lot of work in New Hampshire,” Kristol wrote in an email. “As he’d say, ‘Ya nevah know.’”
The Daily Caller reports,
The New Hampshire primary, the second electoral contest after the Iowa Caucuses, is a key hurdle in the presidential nominating process.
Kristol previously sparked 2020 rumors in March when he popped up in New Hampshire to speak at “a must-show event for potential presidential contenders,” as Inside Sources noted at the time.
Kristol has consistently said that Trump needs to face a 2020 primary challenger. “We need to take one shot at liberating the Republican Party from Trump, and conservatism from Trumpism,” Kristol told the New York Times in August 2017.
Whether Kristol will be that challenger remains to be seen. Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse is often floated as a potential Trump challenger, and former GOP Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney — who is now running for Senate in Utah — has declined to say whether he will support Trump in 2020.
If Kristol were to run, he would be the second conservative writer to announce a primary challenge to Trump.