By TOM LINDSTROM | OCT.
23, 2020 08:30:13By TOM LINDSMOTTO | OCT 23, 2018 05:56:40The election has not been easy for Democrats.
The president has done little to inspire confidence in the party’s candidates and a few candidates have had to walk back on promises made during the campaign.
Some of the party leaders have faced criticism, too, for the way they handled the aftermath of the Charleston shooting.
Democrats have struggled to find their footing in Rust Belt states like Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin, which have been hurt by Trump’s policies and lack of enthusiasm for the party.
On the other hand, the party has won two presidential races in the past four years in Ohio and Michigan and the two states are also considered key to the 2020 presidential race.
Trump has struggled to gain traction in those states, while Democrats have seen gains in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.
But they remain far behind in the states that voted on Tuesday, according to a CNN/ORC International survey of registered voters, showing that the Democrats are losing ground to their more conservative competitors in key states like Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania and remain competitive in a number of other battleground states.
Trump’s struggles are a significant setback for the Democrats, who had hoped to take a large lead in 2020 after losing control of the House of Representatives in the 2018 midterm elections and the White House in 2020.
The party has had no significant gains in seats in Congress since the 2016 elections, and it’s been the subject of fierce partisan fighting over the past year.
Trump, however, has made the party stronger with his rhetoric and his attacks on Democrats.
Trump, whose party was in power for most of the Obama administration, said in February that Democrats are “so bad.”
In a statement at the time, Trump said, “Republicans, including me, can be tough on crime, tough on immigration and tough on the little guy, but not when it comes to defending the middle class and defending our country.
That is why I will always stand up for our country.”
Trump, who has been a vocal supporter of his former Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, said he’s “very disappointed” in the election results.
“But I’m not disappointed in the outcome,” Trump said.
“I’m not in this race to take the fight to the Republicans.
I’m in this fight to win.”
The president, who is scheduled to speak at the Democratic National Convention later this month, was seen as a possible challenger to the party establishment when he ran for the White of the Old Republic in 2020, but he has not won the presidency since.
Trump has not made a big push for a 2020 run.
He has largely stayed out of the spotlight during the Trump presidency, which has seen him spend much of the time behind the scenes trying to repair relations with Russia.
The two men have been at odds over trade deals, the opioid crisis and other issues.
Trump is also battling allegations of sexual misconduct from multiple women, which could hurt his 2020 bid.
The president did not make a formal bid for reelection in 2020 before resigning in February to address the sexual misconduct allegations against him.
He will have no problem securing a Senate seat in Michigan, which voted overwhelmingly for Democrat Jill Stein.
The state’s governor, Rick Snyder, is running for a second term in November, which will give him the opportunity to serve as a foil to Trump.
On Tuesday, Michigan’s Democratic governor, Gretchen Whitmer, said she plans to challenge Trump in 2020 and said she will seek to “hold him accountable” for his behavior.
Trump had criticized the governor, who he called “corrupt” in an interview with ABC News, and called her a “charlatan” on Twitter.
Whitmer has said she would be more focused on helping the state’s struggling economy than seeking a presidential run.