After watching the three-hour snooze fest, here are some of the takeaways that Clinton and Bloomberg may be thinking about as they consider jumping into the presidential race.
The Democratic candidates are desperately lurching farther and farther to the left.
Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his shady foreign business dealings were glossed over and badly mischaracterized. This should have been the big issue of the night.
The impeachment witch hunt led the discussion because the Democratic Party has no positive agenda.
Democrats are offering the American people big tax increases, job-killing over-regulation, and lawless open borders.
“Medicare-for-all,” championed by Sanders, is so extreme that even some of the Democratic presidential candidates oppose it.
The debate will not change the trajectory of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Despite the best efforts of Democrats, President Trump’s amazing accomplishments to improve the lives of the American people simply cannot be explained away.
Here’s the reality:
Job creators, entrepreneurs and investors alike know that President Trump at his core thinks like a pro-growth businessman, and that gives them confidence to make decisions that expand their businesses.
On trade, Trump’s vision and leadership have changed opinions on how we approach China, Mexico, Canada, and the European Union. The president knows there is a difference between free trade and fair trade when it comes to prioritizing American workers.