Outlooks on 2020 U.S. Presidential Election

hundreds of millions of Americans will
head to the polls come November to elect their next president and with a country
more split than ever down ideological lines it’s forecast to be a firecracker
of a little of an election as President Donald Trump also runs for second term
in the White House Herta jong-un has more on what to expect from the 2020 US
presidential election the u.s. presidential election is now just 11
months away president Trump is virtually certain to be the nominee for his
Republican Party but for the Democrats there are 14 candidates vying for the
nomination in their race there’s a lot at stake at each stage of the race in
terms of momentum and attention from donors and the news media the first
result will come next month in the state of Iowa Iowans will vote for the
Democrat of their choice and based on their votes the state will send
delegates the Democratic National Convention later this year to decide the
nominee other states have a similar process the second big vote will be on
Super Tuesday when more than a dozen states hold primaries and caucuses that
day will determine around 40% of the Democratic delegates on the Democratic
side the frontrunners are former Vice President Joe Biden senators Bernie
Sanders and Elizabeth Warren mayor Pittsboro George of South Bend Indiana
and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the recent poll by Reuters
Biden Sanders and Warren were the top three however experts say that among the
Democrats there’s no game-changer whether or not
that candidate is a truly once-in-a-generation inspirational
charismatic candidate like Barack Obama in 2008 and the far I don’t see any of
the Democratic frontrunners fitting that model that could change of course once
someone actually becomes the nominee things could be different
meanwhile President Trump has been impeached by the democrat-controlled
house and is waiting for the Republican held Senate to hold a trial the
Democrats are refusing to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate
saying a trial there would be unfair on its face in peace
would spell the end for most politicians but for Trump
pundits say it could make his supportive and stronger experts say one point of
vulnerability for Trump could be his record of cancelling or substantially
winning many climate environmental regulations which is an issue that
energizes many Democrats climate change as an important issue for the voters was
kind of non-existent in 2016 but it will be an issue in 2020 and Trump has turned
back the clock on efforts to combat catastrophic climate change exposing
Americans world wall street is also watching the race
closely investors have done well under President Trump they are worried that a
Sanders or Warren presidency could mean a radical shift in the u.s. economic
model through taxes on wealth and spending cha dong-young arirang news

Author Since: Mar 11, 2019

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