Donald Trump should be able to keep his party united.
But it won’t happen with his party’s president.
It’s time for Trump to abandon his new, populist brand of populism.
Trump is the new king of populist politics, and he’s running for president in a time when the Democratic Party has been in decline and the Republicans are a unified and successful party.
The problem is that Trump’s brand of politics is failing.
The GOP’s base isn’t supporting Trump.
The base is supporting the Democrats.
A third party that doesn’t fit Trump’s ideology is a liability.
Trump has spent the past four years making his case that he is a strong leader who will keep America safe.
But it’s the Democrats who are now in a position to keep America safer, according to Gallup.
The Republican Party has had a 50% to 40% majority since President Obama took office in 2009.
It’s been that way since 1992, according the pollsters.
Democrats can’t win the White House.
It is time for the party to pivot.
Democrats should embrace a third party and work to get it off the ground in 2020.
Instead of going all in on Trump, Democrats should work to win over the independents who have grown more conservative and Democratic than they are.
The Democrats should start by having a national conversation about whether to put forth a candidate that will be able and willing to stand up to the president.
The only way Democrats will win is if they work together with the Republicans.
The Republican Party’s primary voters are the ones who are in danger of being drawn to a third-party bid.
The GOP needs to make a move to unify the party, to bring the base together.
There are many reasons why the GOP is on the wrong path.
The Republicans have lost their core base of voters, particularly those who are young and white, who tend to vote Republican.
The party has lost its ability to appeal to younger voters and minorities, which are the key demographics that the party needs to win.
The parties base is increasingly liberal, which is a problem for Trump.
The GOP needs a strategy to win in 2020 that can appeal to its core voters.
Republicans need to be more responsive to independents and young people who are more progressive and who have voted for Democrats in the past.
It should also be more inclusive.
The Democratic Party needs to focus on winning over its progressive base.
It needs to bring in more African Americans and women and to embrace the needs of young voters and independents who are not voting for the GOP.
The Trump era has created a political landscape where the Democrats can only win if they are too focused on Trump and too willing to put out their own candidate.
The Trump era will be remembered for the Trump Effect, but it will also be remembered as the Trump presidency that failed.
Democrats need to stop playing the role of the party of change and get to work to unseat Trump.