Why Trump is going to win in 2020

Once the country is at near full employment, how can created jobs continue to increase? At some point things will level off and the unemployment rate will remain stable too.


But I’m sure trump will proclaim Mexico will pay for the wall during his 2020 bid and the The Red Hat Mob will be duped again into believing it.

Already past zero, and by winning back the house and weeding out more Rino’s in 2020, he’ll get much more done and set the stage for Pence in 2024!

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A big part of why so many of them lost their seats in 2018.

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They weren’t trump enough lol

As if house Democrats, who can’t even ask their own coherent questions of witnesses, will discover within the same material incriminating evidence that thirteen angry partisan Democrat lawyers couldn’t find after sifting through it over two years.

Ever heard of legal immigration: something Trump and other patriots love.

With more jobs created during Obama’s last 32 months than during Trump’s first 32 months, Trump getting “job killing and massively expensive regulations rolled back and repealed” didn’t increase job growth.

The Republicans are not going to win back the House in 2020.

They didn’t keep the promises they ran on to get elected and sandbagged Trump’s platform so many of the Trump core voters sat out 2018.

Simple economics, the closer you get to “full employment” the fewer new jobs can be created without some serious economic changes.

Not only has UE continued to drop but more and more people who left the job market completely have come back into it and found jobs or started businesses themselves.

He couldn’t bring charges against a sitting president. Doesnt mean it wasnt there.

Trump’s performance and behaviour in the first two years and movements such as March for our Lives driving the increased enrolment and vote of the younger demographic is a more reasonable explanation for the Republicans losing their majority in the House of Reps in the 2018 midterms.

None of which can be shown to have had an effect on the election.

He could have recommended charges in his report. It was not his job to bring charges. It was his job to ascertain whether there was sufficient evidence to warrant indictments, and it was the DOJs responsibility to decide whether charges could or could not actually be laid. Mueller didn’t make a decision because he didn’t write the report and had very little understanding of anything in it, as his congessional testimony demonstrated. He was not willing to back Weissman’s judgement, because Weissman has been found crooked before, and Mueller would have had his reputation tarred by endorsing Weissman “opinion” as his own.

He also absolutely had the option of convening a secret grand jury to seek sealed indictments to be presented to Trump upon leaving office had he truly believed he had the evidence to make such a case.

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We don’t have hundreds of thousands of legal immigrants coming in per month. Besides, if legal immigrants were being counted in the job creation statistics, they would also be counted in the unemployment statistics, which have been very stable and are the lowest in decades.

There were no empty seats in Minnesota. Fake news probably took pictures hours before the rally or hours afterward.

20,000 inside and 25,000 outside wanting in.

The maga hat burners were the usual trouble makers. Antifa and BLM and college kids.

Yes, but they will never admit that. Just like they never show the stands at a Biden, Warren or Sanders rally. Trump has a year to do these rallies to keep his base energized.

No they only admit what they choose to which is very little.