Former Trump campaign worker’s take on 2020


Periodically, I get an email from someone that really stands out. Today, I received one from Ryan. He is a former campaign worker for the Trump campaign.

In his email to me, which came under the heading “Who can beat Trump in 2020?” Ryan makes a great deal of sense as he looks ahead to 2020.

Perhaps you think it’s a bit premature to be thinking that far down the road, but let’s not forget that the president has a reelection team in place already.

Below is what Ryan sent me via email. Send me your comments by using the submit news tab at the top of the page.


Who can beat Trump in 2020?

The answer is easy: Bernie Sanders. I’m glad he didn’t get the Democratic nomination because he would have absolutely destroyed Trump in the general election. I know at least a couple conservatives that voted for him in the primaries out here in CA. Their reason… because he believes in what he’s saying.

I don’t see Zuckerberg, Bloomberg or Cuban beating Trump. I think the outsider billionaire novelty has worn off and people will be  drawn next cycle to a more “tried and true” (and boring) public servant who at least appears to believe what he’s saying. The only message we’re getting now is that billionaires are not to be trusted either; not to mention exhausting.

That being said, I don’t think the DNC will swallow their pride to allow Sanders to get the nomination.

The incumbent rule is strong and all POTUS has to do is read his campaign website and tweets from 2013 to know what he needs to do in order to win easily in 2020. As you say, happy to show him love in 2020 if he loves us back.

Until the next POTUS flip flop…

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