Donald Trump is going to have a big Donald Trump problem in November


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www.rawstory.com— Donald Trump and his advisors believe that “his reelection hopes hinge almost entirely on his ability to manage” the coronavirus crisis, according to Politico. “While they acknowledge his initial response was lacking and that the virus poses a mortal threat to his 2020 prospects, they foresee a possible silver lining. If the virus passes and [

The National Interest—Donald Trump Must Go Big To Save the U.S. Economy from a Disaster. Desmond Lachman Economics, In October 2008, it took a real meltdown in the U.S. equity market to forge a bipartisan consensus to get the Troubled Relief Asset Program (TARP) approved. Hopefully, this time around, politicians will put politics aside and swiftly approve a well-targeted fiscal support package of a sufficient size that might spare the country of a rerun of the 2008-2009 Great Economic Recession. At a time of a global economic and financial market crisis, engaging in wishful...

The National Interest—Donald Trump's China Problem Has Arrived. Dan Blumenthal Security, Americas This crisis reveals the kind of problems China will pose for us in the coming years: that of a more powerful country with great but unmet ambitions. It is no peer of the US. It will export its problems unless we figure out ways to contain these threats. It will pose security problems as it needs to distract from its internal incompetence. But it will not lead a new global order. Entering this current public health crisis, China was already in trouble: Its...

The National Interest—Here Is the Strategy Needed to Crush Donald Trump Come November. Todd Shaw Politics, Americas As a political scientist who teaches in South Carolina and studies African American politics, I believe that understanding what drove the outcome of these early primaries may be key to creating a successful Democratic strategy to beat Donald Trump Big wins for Joe Biden on Super Tuesday and in the South Carolina primary a few days earlier have seemingly bolstered a centrist view of how best to capture the presidency: appeal to the middle, pick up swing voters. It...