In every election cycle since Donald Trump became president, turnout has soared across the board and almost always to the detriment of Republicans.
I'd take a 3 or 4 percent change in opinion. Recall President Trump's margin of victory in key states.
The folks at The Washington Post who are handicapping the Democratic primaries have decided to predict a possible 2020 Republican presidential race if Trump is removed from office.
Even if there is a blowout Democratic victory in 2020, count on Republicans to regroup quickly just as they did after the 2008 election.
Trump seems more unstable than usual these days -- but maybe he's just restless and bored.
Mark Sanford Says He'll Still Vote For Trump Over Any Democrat Even Though He Doesn't Deserve Reelection
Former congressman and governor of South Carolina Mark Sanford says he's close to mounting a primary challenge against Trump, but will still vote for him if he loses even though Trump doesn't deserve reelection and he's taking the country in the wrong direction.
Former S.C. Representative and Governor Mark Sanford says he's considering running against Trump in a primary, but also says he'll still vote for him over a Democrat even though he believes Trump doesn't deserve reelection and that he's taking the country in the wrong direction.
How can a candidate running in a district that includes Houston Metro "oil patch" towns be championing the Green New Deal? This can be done!
Michigan Rep. Justin Amash says he won't rule out tossing his hat in the ring as an independent in 2020.
Rep. Justin Amash tells CNN's Jake Tapper he'll run for reelection as an independent and also says he won't rule out running for president in 2020.
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