Democrats Fear Trump Is On Track For 2020 Win, Democrat Infighting And Lack Of Message Cause Worry. Democratic governors know their states better than most. Recently at an annual meeting Democratic governors expressed concerns and frustrations with the Democratic 2020 candidates going too far left. They point out that the party is being mired in infighting and has been thrown off message by Trump’s media strategies.
They warn that most Americans want to talk about healthcare, the economy, and immigration but are spending too much time talking about how ‘orange man bad’ instead of how they will help the American people. Polls show most people do not favor abolishing ICE, giving healthcare to non-citizens, or giving reparations yet Democrats are increasingly favoring far left and social justice rhetoric.
In the end the primaries may force Democrats too far to the left to be able to win.
The democratic party is fractured and can’t find its base, meanwhile Trump and the republicans are unifying and talking policy and politics.
But Trump and his fans should be warned, although his approval ratings is at a near all time high he recently saw an asymmetrical spike in disapproval among polls showing he risks losing the center his his tweets are too bombastic.