Still, in the past two weeks, the Democrats have given Trump two themes on a gold platter – and it's clear he's catching them. Big.
Just as happened, Virginia Ralph Ralph North, D (D) went to a local radio station and tried to explain his support for legislation that would free current restrictions on long-term abortion of the CIS.
"[Third trimester abortions are] Done in cases where there may be severe distortions. Passing may be inevitable. So in this particular example, if Mom is at work, I can tell you exactly what will happen. The baby will be delivered. The baby will remain comfortable. The baby will be resuscitated if that's what the family and mother wanted. Then there will be a discussion between the doctors and the mother. "
The Republicans reacted immediately, insisting that Northam sounded like he was preaching infant murder. A neurologist, a pediatric neurologist, insisted that what he describes is only in cases of unhealthy pregnancies or "serious fetal anomalies," but the damage is done.
"10-year economic mobilization" that will put an end to the use of fossil fuels and the renovation of the national infrastructure, while building entire new layers for the existing social safety net … The 14-page decision transfers over 100% renewable and zero energy sources, High-paid news that will help eradicate poverty. "
Trump, over and over, was shocked by the "green new deal."
"I really do not like their policies to take your car, take your plane flights, of, let's jump a train to California, 's … you are not allowed to hold more cows, he said.
He also went after the Democrats on abortion.
Democrats are in favor of "allowing children to be torn from their mother's womb until the moment of birth," Trump said at one point. Referring to their particular bulb, Trump said: "The governor declared that he even allowed the newborn baby to go out into the world and wrap the baby and make the baby rest, and then talk to the mother and talk to the father, and then carry the baby.
Just in case you missed this point, Trump drove her home this way: "They become a party of socialism, late abortion, open borders and crime."
But politics is often won by the simple argument or summary that is easier to remember.
I can imagine the Democratic candidate eventually trying to explain that the "new green deal" represents radical – and importantly – rethinking our energy consumption habits and what they mean for the long term health of the planet.
And Trump replies, "How do I get you to Hawaii? (A line he used to stick to Senator Mirono in his Monday speech).
And the crowd of argument bursts into laughter.
For those of you – and I know you are there – who react to this hypothetical scenario by yelling "It's your job to check it out," I would remind you of the 2016 campaign. And how, for a lot of people who voted for him, the fact that he lied clearly, over and over again, did not matter at all. In fact, the idea that testers media facts often said Trump did not deal with facts actually made some decent piece of people More May vote for him.
Why? That Trump effectively portrayed Hillary Clinton, the media and anyone who did not support him as an unrelated elitist. Like "the other" – people who thought they had the right to tell the average person how to live their lives, even if those people had no idea how average people lived.
At the root of this strategy is the concession: Trump knows he can not win if the 2020 election is any kind of referendum on him. Most Americans just do not like him or think he's doing a good job. The only way for him to win is to draw his democratic opponent in the end not only out of deep connection with the average American but also more willing to install a value system that makes the US look much like less salty parts of Europe.
cynical? Unnamed: Thankfully. But also Trump the most plausible way of a second term. And one that the Democrats are helping and helping without realizing it right now.