The Democrats and Democracy: 2020 is about values, not ideology
By Lisa Van DusenJun. 12, 2019
In normal circumstances, beating Trump in 2020 would be a laugher. But again, in normal circumstances, he wouldn’t be … you know.
Among the 24 people vying for the Democratic presidential nomination are Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. The Democrats can beat Donald Trump by offering a combination of the solutions of the future and the best of their own party, writes Lisa Van Dusen. Flickr photographs by Tim Pierce, Marc Nozell, Gage Skidmore, and The Hill Times file photograph
There is nothing Donald Trump—and the interests who have an existential stake in his unlikely political longevity—would enjoy more than watching the Democrats devour each other on the road to 2020.
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