1) Beating an incumbent is hard: Ronald Reagan, George W. Bush, Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonThe 2020 stage is set: character, chaos and the Marx Brothers Trump calls for CNN to fire analyst for tweet asking if president had a stroke DOJ kept investigators from completing probe of Trump ties to Russia: report MORE and Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaLabor Day starts the 'real conversation' about this presidential election Trump campaign works to set narrative ahead of pivotal debates with Biden The Atlantic's Trump report: We should know the sources of a story this important MORE won their reelections not because they were great presidents but because they were incumbents. Reagan lost the Senate in 1982 and endured a crippling recession but still was able to bounce back to win a landslide in 1984. Clinton’s first two years were so bad that Democrats lost the House for the first time in 40 years. Bush blundered America into a very unpopular war in Iraq after the … [Read more...] about Feehery: How Trump wins
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The earth shifted under the Trump campaign in March when the pandemic hit; in the CBS News/YouGov poll, he continues to get poor marks for his handling of the disaster, and for his response to civil unrest sparked by police brutality against African-Americans. Sixty percent believe the economy is doing poorly. … [Read more...] about Keller @ Large: Is The 2020 Presidential Election Already Decided?
Prior to President Reagan’s actions, American policy on paper was to never promote abortion overseas, however in practice U.S. tax dollars directly supported organizations which advocated and performed abortion. It remained in effect until 1993 when President Clinton rescinded the Mexico City policy on January 22, 1993 for the entirety of his tenure in office. On January 22, 2001, President Bush issued an executive order restoring the Mexico City policy. President Bush had also determined UNFPA was complicit in China’s forced abortion and sterilization program, and withdrew its U.S. funding. President Obama ignored such facts and rescinded the policies. … [Read more...] about Five Facts About Trump’s Reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy on Abortion