Trump and Pence attempt a campaign reset as public trust falters


May 30, 2020
President Donald Trump attempted to right his faltering reelection campaign this week, looking to stem the steady decline of his poll numbers and shore up eroding support within his key voting bloc -- non-college-educated White voters -- by redefining his fight against Joe Biden and shaking up his campaign team after a series of stumbles.

Trump spent little time trying to lead America out of its coronavirus crisis this week, which was bookended by an erratic Rose Garden press conference Tuesday and a sharply worded campaign speech by Vice President Mike Pence in Wisconsin Friday afternoon. Clearly losing the battle on messaging, the President and his team sought to reframe the 2020 election as a choice between their agenda of "freedom and opportunity" and what Pence claimed is Biden's vision of an America under "growing control of the state" -- a future he said would lead to "socialism and decline."

It seems like we're getting reset every week till election day. I mean, come on!
Jul 14, 2020
No amount of resets is going to help him, I'm very confident he is getting the boot this election.

To be upfront, I don't see that happening. We're still in a state of extremism(politically) and it's only going to get worst as we get closer to the actual election. In my opinion, this state of political extremism is what gave birth to trump in the first place and has to be the thing we get rid of if we want any chance of having someone else in the office.


Jul 2, 2020
The people telling us he has no chance and is about to throw in the towel are the same folks that told us he has 2% chance of victory in 2016. Not sure why people are still listening to them now, but we'll just have to wait and see in November.

I can tell you that the riots have done the democrats no favors, I don't care what anybody says or how many corporate endorsements and donations BLM gets.

The revolution will not be televised? More the revolution will not go without corporate sponsorships.