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Joe Biden’s funds are rapidly drying up.
Dem. establishment won’t allow Warren/Sanders to win nomination.
Warren/Sanders have no chance of winning Florida or Ohio.
Harris is now becoming more and more invisible.
They’re waiting to draft Hillary, debate me.
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Too old and decrepit.
Trump campaigned like he was ten years younger than his real age and he was likely to lose if he took his foot off the gas.
Clinton campaigned like she was ten years older than her real age and it was in the bag.
Despite being older than her and not in good shape himself, his work ethic put her to shame.
He regularly held rallies in three cities in a row on the same day, while she would have three days off in a row.
Unless she massively upped her game this time round , her best bet would be him having a heart attack.
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Nope, she knows better.

Dems need to get rid of half the field, then once it sorts itself out to a final 4 it'll be more obvious.
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The Dems actually need to fix up, first. Their candidates are mostly trash, and the only good one it seems is the one who Hillary called a damn Russian agent cus "mah Russia bad!".
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Not again! Repeating the events of 2016 really isn’t what anyone wants. There would be no new ideas, a lack of apparatus compared to other candidates, and it would look distinctly suspicious, especially after how hard the DNC has tried to remain neutral in this primary, even at the cost of Biden, presumably their preferred candidate. Hopefully once this nightmare of a primary is over, the party will appreciate the need to fully get behind the winning candidate in order to beat Trump. Even the democratic establishment leadership hopefully understands how vital it is to support the eventual candidate wholeheartedly, given the alternative is infinitely worse.
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Only if the entire DNC, queue of declared 2020 candidates, all their family members & political advisers and 100% of the registered party membership- simultaneously suffer an outbreak of permanent amnesia that leads them to believe in the upcoming 2016 presidential election.
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(Original post by Just my opinion)
Too old and decrepit.
Trump campaigned like he was ten years younger than his real age and he was likely to lose if he took his foot off the gas.
Clinton campaigned like she was ten years older than her real age and it was in the bag.
Despite being older than her and not in good shape himself, his work ethic put her to shame.
He regularly held rallies in three cities in a row on the same day, while she would have three days off in a row.
Unless she massively upped her game this time round , her best bet would be him having a heart attack.
The Democratic Party do not care, they’re trembling at the poor field of candidates, especially Biden and his fundraising. The Clinton’s are are money making machine and the only possible chance of Dems winning is to outspend Trump, nobody bar Clinton can do that.

(Original post by Drewski)
Nope, she knows better.

Dems need to get rid of half the field, then once it sorts itself out to a final 4 it'll be more obvious.
Those top four would be, Biden (funds running out), Warren (socialist, establishment never going to allow it), Sanders (same as Warren), Harris (poll numbers have tanked). By the new year Hillary is going to be in this race.

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The Dems actually need to fix up, first. Their candidates are mostly trash, and the only good one it seems is the one who Hillary called a damn Russian agent cus "mah Russia bad!".
Tulsi never had a chance, and you’re right she probably would be a good candidate to go against Trump.
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If they want to lose she will be.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Only if the entire DNC, queue of declared 2020 candidates, all their family members & political advisers and 100% of the registered party membership- simultaneously suffer an outbreak of permanent amnesia that leads them to believe in the upcoming 2016 presidential election.
I think you’re going to be *un*pleasantly surprised in around a month or two, when Hillary jumps in.
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If they want to lose she will be.
They have no chance with the weakest Democratic field in a a generation. What do they have to lose?
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Tulsi never had a chance, and you’re right she probably would be a good candidate to go against Trump.
Against Trump? Oh yeah, this is presidential candidate stuff.
Would rather see her working alongside the man than against.

Ah, if only she was running as a 2024 Republican candidate and fixed up some of her ideas, she might have a chance then. Lots of people now just associate the Dems with jokers and rats... Californian rats...
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(Original post by teenpolitics)
Joe Biden’s funds are rapidly drying up.
Dem. establishment won’t allow Warren/Sanders to win nomination.
Warren/Sanders have no chance of winning Florida or Ohio.
Harris is now becoming more and more invisible.
They’re waiting to draft Hillary, debate me.
As a trump supporter i would love to agree with you. Its too soon to speculate woth a whole year till the election. However the fact does remain that wothin the current field of contenders no one except warren comes even close to matching trump. Im afraid in a debate her socialist agenda along with sanders will get dismanteled and buried in short order by trump. Clinnton wouldnt have that problem but our economy is so strong now anyone isgoing to have a problem convincing the electorate that they could do it better. Remember that hillary is promoting her book right now so she has jad to grab the headlines somehow. I dont think she will join the contest. If she was serious she would not have made her remarks about a sitting members of congress being a russian asset
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(Original post by JanusGodofDoors)
Not again! Repeating the events of 2016 really isn’t what anyone wants. There would be no new ideas, a lack of apparatus compared to other candidates, and it would look distinctly suspicious, especially after how hard the DNC has tried to remain neutral in this primary, even at the cost of Biden, presumably their preferred candidate. Hopefully once this nightmare of a primary is over, the party will appreciate the need to fully get behind the winning candidate in order to beat Trump. Even the democratic establishment leadership hopefully understands how vital it is to support the eventual candidate wholeheartedly, given the alternative is infinitely worse.
Plus, all those pseudo liberal celebrities that gave her campaign momentum with their virtue signalling libel have gassed themselves out in 2016 pining for her. Rofl. They've run out of things to say in 2020, and there's no incentive like being anti Trump to showcase their arses anymore.
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Trump could capture 20% of the black vote and many latinos are now pro trump. Do you folks realise wjat a blowout 2020 is going to be? Plus we get the added honour of Trump debating a real live Socialist whose policies nobody wants according to polls. This is gonna be great!!
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Trump could capture 20% of the black vote and many latinos are now pro trump. Do you folks realise wjat a blowout 2020 is going to be? Plus we get the added honour of Trump debating a real live Socialist whose policies nobody wants according to polls. This is gonna be great!!
Trump will lose to Bernie Sanders in 2020. The only question is who the Vice President will be. I want Tulsi Gabbard.
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According to the latest Ohio poll, Bernie leads Trump +6 and would win Ohio. Not to mention that in 2016 the polls consistently underestimated support for Sanders. Even Warren is +4 up against Trump in Ohio.
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I don't buy all the stuff in right-wing circles that hillary will run.

I think her former chief of staff is telling the truth when he says that if an oppertunity arrises, she would. But no oppertunity will arise, so its not going to happen.

It will be Warren - with Harris as my dark horse.

It won't be biden, hes not in line with the base, and clearly isn't resonating with people beyond his name recognition...

Bernie is standing on the same platform as Warren, but hes an old white man, and hes honest about taxes going up - two things that will make him loose to her when its put to a progressive vote.

Harris is the only other candidate in the pack who could come through for me. Pete has peaked, Bato isn't getting the same rush he got in texas, Yang won't win but hes made enough of a wave to carry his next venture forward after this, Tulsi has secured herself a nice niche as the republican/trad liberal's democrate, she will do well after, but not in the democrat party.. brooker will advance his political career in the party, but get no where close to the presidency.. etc.

A real question for me is who should Warren run with. I highly suspect she will stick to her ideological guns and pick a very left-wing progressive to stick with her... but the clever choice to me would either be a black candidate - a minority she struggles badly with, given she is pretty much the whitest and most middle class woman imaginable.. or maybe pick a Yang type, who is still progressive, but actually has appeal with republicans/right-leaning individuals.
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(Original post by 4moreyears)
Do you folks realise wjat a blowout 2020 is going to be? Plus we get the added honour of Trump debating a real live Socialist whose policies nobody wants according to polls. This is gonna be great!!
Trump debating anyone is literally the worst thing that could happen for him and his base, he's a shocking orator and debater.

As for a blow out, I think you might want to look at the approval ratings: https://morningconsult.com/tracking-trump-2/

Even Texas (last won by the Dems in 1976) hardly approves of him (net approval at +2).
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Why do you think Clinton is spreading sh1t about Tulsi Gabbard being a Russian asset?
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(Original post by teenpolitics)
Joe Biden’s funds are rapidly drying up.
Dem. establishment won’t allow Warren/Sanders to win nomination.
Warren/Sanders have no chance of winning Florida or Ohio.
Harris is now becoming more and more invisible.
They’re waiting to draft Hillary, debate me.
Long walk for a short drink of water bro...
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Why do you think Clinton is spreading sh1t about Tulsi Gabbard being a Russian asset?
She is?
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