Biden 2020?

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Toolsmith
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Biden 2020?

Should Biden run?

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/just-say-no-to-joe/ar-BBNRUD9

A "little handsy"?

Even worse: Biden is very much a man of his generation in his tendency to get a little handsy with women. That would be bad enough in the #MeToo era. But when it's combined with his decidedly chilly attitude toward Anita Hill while chairing the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearings on Clarence Thomas' nomination to the Supreme Court back in 1991, we're left with a candidate quite likely to antagonize women in 2020.

This would be especially true for younger women, who would find the abundant documentary evidence of all this in the form of YouTube videos more than a little creepy — and a sign that Biden comes from and speaks for a generation with a very different, and quite archaic, cultural outlook.

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It looks like it's either him

It looks like it's either him, Hillary, or Granny Injun Giver.

johnw
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Maybe Uncle Joe could steal

Maybe Uncle Joe could steal some verbiage from Trump, like, "this is a really really bigly f****g deal."

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It's going to be a sh*t show.

It's going to be a sh*t show. I fully expect:
Oprah
Bloomberg
Mark Cuban, as a GOP challenger
The Rock
The usual suspects (Bernie, Biden, Warren)
Booker, Beto, Cuomo, and Gavin will run but just to prepare for 2024/8

Sportsbook has Trump as a 7/5 favorite to win in 2020

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Just a thought.

Just a thought.

Could anyone have imagined on November 9, 2016 that Donald Trump would be likely to win re-election?

Al Amoling
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Actually there are a lot of

Actually there are a lot of us who thought that.

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@Economike: "Could anyone

@Economike: "Could anyone have imagined on November 9, 2016 that Donald Trump would be likely to win re-election?"

I can't because he wasn't in office in 2016.

If you mean "election", then no - if you mean 2020, then yes - there is a very good chance he'll win again in 2020

Economike
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Huh?

anon -

Are you saying a president isn't elected until he takes the oath-of-office?

Trump won election on November 8, 2016. After that, to speak of his possible re-election makes sense.

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Oh you meant the day after,

Oh you meant the day after, that he would win reelection in 2020?

Your sentence is incredibly unclear and I have no idea what the point you're trying to make is... but sure.

johnw
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Biden’s chances for the

Biden’s chances for the nomination just keep getting better,warren’s foot in mouth dna test,booker’s sexual assault, two down and only a score or so to go ......and if hilarity doesn’t have him hit......he just might be the one.

Ugenetoo
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"Incredibly unclear" LOL

"Incredibly unclear" LOL

Economike
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anon -

anon -

I'll try to make this clear.

After Trump was elected in 2016, lots of people (including me) assumed he couldn't govern successfully enough to win re-election in 2020. As it turns out, he has a decent chance of winning.

Robert Reed
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"a lot of people" also

"a lot of people" also predicted he would die in office within a year ..and not from natural causes...just sayin...

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