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Who's gonna win 2020 presidential election?

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Hello Everyone, Who is gonna win 2020 presidential election?

to me, i do not want that Orange Face MF Donald Trump to win Re-Election, I Want him to lose.

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1 hour ago, SubwayFan3000 said:

Hello Everyone, Who is gonna win 2020 presidential election?

to me, i do not want that Orange Face MF Donald Trump to win Re-Election, I Want him to lose.

I hope that a Democrat that can fight Trump wins the nomination. Let’s be honest, unless the Democrats get 30 seats back in Congress, then Trump will win the electoral college, sadly. I also hope that Trump LOSES. He is such a bad president.

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Unless the Democrats learn from their 2016 mistake, they will lose again. The racism against Andrew Yang by the media was pretty blatant despite his great performance in interviews and debates. His policies earned a diverse following—interestingly, from right-wingers as well. If the Democrats want to redeem themselves, they’ll put up a candidate who can cater to as many groups as possible. That means abandoning the fringes of the left:

  • abortion
  • homosexual rights
  • transgender/genderfluidity “normalization”
  • relaxing borders to immigration

Because those issues are minor distractions in the face of issues that most Americans are really facing:

  • wealth gap
  • poor quality of K–12 education
  • high cost of college education
  • anxiety about jobs—especially with automation of jobs looming in the near future
  • anxiety about medical costs
  • climate change—because it pwns everyone whether you believe in it or not
  • national spending and debt

Congress has—unfortunately—become really good at ignoring the pressing issues and running a circus with abortion, #LGBTQXVKAMNRSE$_+ rights (e.g.: any number of state-level bills for and against all-gender bathrooms), and immigration (e.g.: building the wall). Solve the real problems. Save the social gadflies for later.

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23 hours ago, CenSin said:

Unless the Democrats learn from their 2016 mistake, they will lose again. The racism against Andrew Yang by the media was pretty blatant despite his great performance in interviews and debates. His policies earned a diverse following—interestingly, from right-wingers as well. If the Democrats want to redeem themselves, they’ll put up a candidate who can cater to as many groups as possible. That means abandoning the fringes of the left:

  • abortion
  • homosexual rights
  • transgender/genderfluidity “normalization”
  • relaxing borders to immigration

Because those issues are minor distractions in the face of issues that most Americans are really facing:

  • wealth gap
  • poor quality of K–12 education
  • high cost of college education
  • anxiety about jobs—especially with automation of jobs looming in the near future
  • anxiety about medical costs
  • climate change—because it pwns everyone whether you believe in it or not
  • national spending and debt

Congress has—unfortunately—become really good at ignoring the pressing issues and running a circus with abortion, #LGBTQXVKAMNRSE$_+ rights (e.g.: any number of state-level bills for and against all-gender bathrooms), and immigration (e.g.: building the wall). Solve the real problems. Save the social gadflies for later.

Actually Congress Passed More than 400 Bills about Voting Rights, Election Security, Universal Healthcare, Progressive Tax, Increase Corporate Tax, Free Education, Green New Deal, Eliminating National Debt and etc but the Senate under Mitch McConnell had blocked all of it, Also Candidates like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are the ones who are more addressing issues like you said wealth gap, poor quality of K–12 education, crumbling infrastructure, high cost of college education, anxiety about jobs like upcoming automation, Amazon and other e-commerce, anxiety about medical costs, climate change and national spending and debt, They both Promised/Vowed to Cancel Student Debts, Free Education, Universal Healthcare, Universal Childcare, Progressive Tax, Increase Corporate Tax, Job Guarantee, Breaking up Big Tech Corporations like Amazon, Facebook and Walmart, Modernizing US Infrastructure, Combating Climate Change and etc.

Also Keep in Mind that 20% of Bernie Supporters had voted for Trump in 2016 because Hillary was a Terrible Candidate.

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