The five questions that will decide 2020 election

The five questions that will decide 2020 election

[Ed. – In the interests of full disclosure, the title should be ‘Five questions that will decide 2020 election’ as only a shill for the Democrats could interpret them. Notice, for example, in point 3, the author writes ‘So far, the president has benefited from low unemployment and a booming stock market,’ not ‘voters have benefited from Trump’s masterful handling of the economy, which has resulted in low unemployment and a booming stock market.’]

1. Who will emerge politically victorious from the impeachment trial of the President?

… Some argue that Democrats will suffer. If Senate Republicans vote to acquit the president, the GOP will surely gloat. … Others disagree. They point to how much Republicans have suffered in the era of the Trump presidency.

2. How far will President Trump go?

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Even when impeachment ends, Trumpian chaos will not stop. As he has shown during the impeachment process, the prospect of political humiliation or a poor historical legacy does not dissuade him from disrupting institutions and appealing to the most extreme elements of the electorate.

3. Will the economy stay strong and will the US avoid a foreign crisis?

One thing that Trump can’t fully control is the economy or international crises. So far, the president has benefited from low unemployment and a booming stock market.

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