It's not too early to think about or prepare for the 2020 presidential campaign.
The Washington Examinerreported that Federal Election Committee (FEC) filing show President Donald Trump's re-election campaign and outside groups have pulled in almost $33 million in just three months.
The 2020 presidential election is a good way off and the pivotal 2018 midterms are this year, but it's never too early for the regressive left to start griping about the 2020 Democrat frontrunner. Former Senator (D-DE) and former Vice President Joe Biden is the Democrat voters' early pick to go up against President Trump.
This is great news for President Trump, but the Democrat base is less than happy that yet another elderly cis gender white male with a penchant for groping women and girls is in the lead in this #MeToo moment. His being a bit gaffe-prone is apparently not a concern, but his leading role in and continued defense of the 1994 Clinton crime bill contributes to the disgruntled murmurings from the Democrat base.
Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ), referring to himself as “Americanus NeverTrumpus. Subgenus: RINO," told an audience in New Hampshire that he wants to see a GOP primary challenge to President Trump in 2020.
Not ruling himself out as a potential challenger, Flake also floated the idea of running for president as an Independent in 2020.
President Donald Trump's longtime personal assistant John McEntee has left the White House and will join the president's 2020 re-election campaign.
The Wall Street Journal reported the White House fired him over security issues. Other reports indicate the firing happened because he is under investigation for serious financial crimes.
Donald Trump today announced that he was running for reelection in 2020, and that Brad Parscale would be his campaign manager.
Parscale was the digital Director for Trump in 2016, and took the world by surprise through his use of micro-targeting on Facebook.