Saturday, June 6

With President Trump’s Impeachment Trial On The Way, His 2020 Reelection Bid Slowly Diminishes

A lot of things have happened in the past few weeks that shattered the political and economic stability of the United States of America. Perhaps the biggest one that surprised not only the nation but also the whole world is the historic impeachment of US President Donald Trump in Congress, which makes him one step away from being removed from the highest seat of power. Granted, the rest of the impeachment proceedings are not yet set in stone, but if President Trump would like to win next year’s polls, an impeachment trial is the last thing that he needs right now.

An Impeachment Trial Televised In The Senate Does Not Bode Well For Trump’s Reelection Dream

President Trump has already started his campaign to win the presidency the second time around by publicly speaking out against his possible rivals. However, it appears that the president is not choosing kinder words for his fellow Republicans who are also dreaming of becoming the United States’ next president. Now that the impeachment proceedings are in full swing, Trump will need his Republican allies now more than ever, but after everything that is said and done, the POTUS might find himself in a rather precarious situation.

As we have already heard in the news, the impeachment proceedings are on its way and the Democrats have successfully pushed for Trump’s impeachment in the House of Representatives. Of course, it is early to say if the impeachment will succeed in the Senate to secure Trump’s removal from office, but for the president who already expressed his intention to serve the country for another four years, the coming weeks will be very challenging as he is trying to win the heart of the nation once again. This kind of setup is something that you would see in a Hollywood political thriller film.

The 2020 Presidential Polls Could Be The Democrats’ Time To Shine

Many names have appeared on the news about the possible opponent of President Trump from the Democrats in the 2020 presidential elections. Whoever that chosen Democrat candidate will be, he or she must first prove himself or herself to everyone as the best and the brighest person to lead the country towards real progress and repair the broken pieces that the current administration has caused.

This no longer sounds lik one of those funny Ownagepranks calls, but it is getting more likely that Bernie Sanders will be the Democrats’ representative in the 2020 polls. The guy may have the charisma to gain popular votes, although his real edge is his capability to fix all the issues that appeared up during the Trump Administration.