Months of pushing critical race theory into classrooms across the country may threaten the Democratic Party’s electoral viability.
What will help Republicans unite this difficult coalition is packaging an anti-establishment temperament and policy agenda in leaders of strong character.
While the political universe spent four years orbiting Trump, the Democratic Party steadily radicalized, becoming more responsive to the cultural demands of its far-left fringe.
If suburban voters begin to understand what Biden’s housing rule would mean for their communities, many would flock back to Trump, irrespective of what they think of his tweets.
Although polls show Trump and several GOP incumbents are running behind in key races, Democratic strategists are worried the defund-the-police movement could hurt them in swing states this fall.
Henry Olsen joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss suburban voters, House leadership, and possible 2020 outcomes.
In the next election the question is whether it will be easier for Trump to placate educated suburbanites or for Democrats to heal their estrangement from rural white voters.
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