Matthews said on his Hardball show this week that though Democrats are giddy about potentially sweeping away Republican incumbents in the fall, a good year in 2018 does not mean Democrats can defeat the charismatic Trump if he remains on message about the booming economy and as disciplined as he was on Thursday.And:
Matthews said he “watched every minute” of Trump’s speech this week, calling it a “barn burner” in which Trump “hit all the high notes—never a flat one.” He said Trump focused on minority employment numbers, did not get sidetracked and bigfoot his own message, and delivered an “uplifting, gung-ho” speech “with all the flags flying.”
The election in 2020 won't really be about who the Dems nominate. Be the nominee a fake Indian, a hysterical New Jersey Senator (I voted for the guy), or anyone else from the Democrat Party's Mos Eisley HQ.
The election will be a referendum on Trump.
If he delivers, he wins. That's it.
By the way, the Dems won't have a good year in 2018.
'I need a drink, Jesus...'