President Trump vs. Socialism Democrats 2020

President Trump vs. Socialism Democrats 2020

A fast-growing operation is taking place in the Trump Campaign offices as his team prepares to make history.

The Democrats now have a record-breaking number of candidates for the Democratic primaries reaching 22.

They are throwing their best shots at the president, and Trump’s re-election team is ready.

Tim Murtaugh, who is the Communications Director for the Trump 2020 team, describes the Democrat candidates as “one big socialist organism with 22 heads.”

The entire list of primary candidates is targeted as they emerge, including the democratic socialist Bernie Sanders.

He is spreading his socialist agendas throughout his campaign with “Medicare for All” and the “Green New Deal.”

The Democratic candidates all have the same socialist agenda, and they are using this to hit back against each other as if to see who spreads it better across their campaigns.

Kayleigh McEnany, who is the national press secretary to Trump’s campaign, told Fox News, ““We see them as a homogeneous group of socialists.”

The Trump campaign is spending their time raising money and taking every advantage of incumbency.

They are increasing staff members and getting the message to the public the Democrats have moved too far to the Left side of the field.

Murtaugh stated, “We like the way the field — the whole landscape — is shaping up. We’ve got this huge advantage of time, and their whole messy primary process is going to — at the end — produce a socialist candidate for president.”

President Trump and his campaign team have taken early shots at candidates like Bernie Sanders when he announced he would “give the Boston Marathon bomber voting rights.”

The campaign reacted quickly to this statement attacking Sanders.

President Trump took a shot at Pete Buttigieg by giving him the nickname “Alfred E. Neuman” who is the Mad Magazine Mascot.

Buttigieg responded, “I guess it’s just a generational thing. I didn’t get the reference.”

Trump’s campaign team has not said how they will counter the Democratic debates beginning June 26 in Miami Florida.

They will probably hold rallies or some other form of counter-programming.

McEnany stated, “It’s safe to say we will be engaged.”

As for the “socialist” call of the Democrats, Tom Perez who is the Democratic National Committee Chairman told “Fox News Sunday”: “This is one of the oldest tricks in the playbook. You go back 75 years when Republicans don’t want to discuss the issues that matter to real people, they call it socialism.”

A spokesman for the DNC, Brandon Gassaway, put out a statement saying, “Republicans know they can’t compete in a policy debate, so they rely on tropes and misinformation. Whether it is the minimum wage, Social Security, or Children’s Health Insurance, Republicans have always cried ‘socialism’ in response to any proposal designed to expand opportunity for working people. Democrats will win in 2020 because our candidates are focused on the issues and identifying how to make sure everyone has a fair shot at success.”

The top two candidates for the Democrats are former Vice President Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders and polls show Trump is slightly behind the two candidates by a few points.

The other Democrats are still behind Trump in the polls.

We all know it is still early, and the polls also gave false hope to Hillary in the actual 2016 election.

McEnany added another statement, “We certainly keep tabs on all the Democratic contenders. One of the things that we’re very keen on doing is having every other Democrat answer for the inevitable extreme, completely out of left field statement that is made on a daily basis. So when Bernie Sanders says, ‘let’s let the Boston bomber vote’ we want to hear from every other Democratic candidate how they feel about that. We are unmistakable in echoing the RNC that there is not a Republican primary going on right now. You look at this president, he has 93 approval among his own party.”

When asked about the slogan for President Trump to get re-elected, McEnany stated, “The campaign will continue to use “Make America Great Again,” even if re-tooled to something like “MAGA ’20.”

She concluded, “Everyone knows MAGA. Everyone knows the red hat.”

This will be one of the most interesting elections in history.

One thing to keep in mind when watching the polls is history repeats itself.

While the Democrats may not make the same mistakes, but the end results will end the same.

President Trump will still be our president!


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