It’s not President Trump’s responsibility to “please” the Democrats.
Rarely has an officeholder galvanized the frenzied passion among his voters that this president has.
If political history post–World War II is any indication, vice presidents have a formidable task when faced with ascending to the presidency on their own.
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The Democrats don't name each other Lyin' Ted. They don’t break ranks during crucial votes, and they will not damage each other during their debates.
A generation-by-generation analysis might shed interesting light on how and why the country seems to be where it is today.
Democratic contenders are spouting their über-liberal policies not because they necessarily believe them but as blatantly obvious vote-buying schemes.
If the original charge proves to be baseless, the complainants will invariably lower the threshold of guilt. Trump can never win with the Left.
President Trump has proven to be extremely adept at doing the one thing that all politicians hope to do: get his message out in a clear and unfettered manner.
Will any perceived anti-Israel bias or anti-Semitism on the part of the Democratic Party significantly affect the historically reliable Democratic loyalty of the American Jewish voting bloc?