Trump 2020 Campaign Not Worried about Democrats

As Democrats prepare for the 2020 presidential election, the Trump 2020 campaign team is also doing the same.
Fox News reports that the president’s re-election campaign team views the Democrats in a very specific light and is, therefore, taking strategic action.

How Does Team Trump 2020 View the Democrats?

Tim Murtaugh, the communications director of the campaign, provided some very valuable insight into their perception of the Democrats. Put simply, the left-wing is regarded as “one big socialist organism with 22 heads” which is why the Trump campaign is focusing on building their ranks and promoting their message to the American people. This is in stark contrast to the Democrats who are taking various shots at one another in the press and seemingly attempting to go even further to the left.
The president’s re-election campaign members are also working on having Democrats answer for their more extreme and radical policies. These policies may cause one of the Democrats to win a primary nomination, but not a general election.

The Trump 2020 campaign’s national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany also described the Democrat field as a “homogenous group of socialists.”

How are Democrats Gearing Up?

Aside from going as far left as possible in their policies and proposals, Democrats have made anti-Trumpism a leading value of their current field. This can be seen in the left’s desperation to obtain access to the president’s tax returns, assertions that Trump obstructed justice during the Russia investigation, and renewed attempts to impeach the president from office. These are moves which have prompted censure from many conservatives who are tired of the same old narrative.
As the 2020 presidential election gets closer, Democrats will likely continue their attacks on President Trump. At this time, it seems as though the left-wing will have to suffer another election loss before realizing that their current strategies aren’t working.
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