BATTLE FOR WORLD / YAHOO | April 16, 2019: The article highlights that President Donald Trump holds a “narrow” advantage heading into 2020 with his chances heightened by a resilient U.S. economy and a crowded Democratic field with no clear frontrunner yet to emerge, according to Goldman Sachs.
With more than 20 Democratic presidential candidates vying to replace him, voter turnout uncertain and the likely emergence of an independent candidate suggest that “President Trump is more likely to win a second term than the eventual Democratic candidate is to defeat him,” wrote Goldman.
(BattleForWorld: Trump will be re-elected. Trump is the golden child of the Z. And read what Rick Wiles said about the re-election of Trump.)
“Most expect Trump to win in 2020, but there’s still some nervousness around the event,” Lori Calvasina, RBC’s head of U.S. equity strategy, noted to clients. And that sixty-seven percent “of our March 2019 survey respondents believe that Joe Biden is seen as the most acceptable Democratic candidate by the stock market for the White House. No other candidate got a significant number of votes.”
(BattleForWorld: And the people of America must not get too overwhelmed and believing by their promises because for now, the presidential candidates, both Democrats and Republicans, are just mouthpieces for the ruling-elites’ crime-syndicates. All the presidential nominees and their congress helpers can do for now is continue scamming the public, keeping up appearances, until the charade comes to an end.)
BATTLE FOR WORLD / MEDIAITE | February 20, 2019: The article highlights that already there are twelve declared candidates opposing Donald Trump in 2020, but the gambling political gurus are still heavily favoring Trump to win the next election.
The Examiner’s Washington Secrets columnist Paul Bedard, who spoke with the sportsbook manager at BetOnline.ag, Dave Mason, said: Trump is the overwhelming 3-2 favorite for reelection.
BATTLE FOR WORLD / NEWSTIMES | February 20, 2019: The article highlights about an increasingly large 2020 Democratic presidential field that is fighting two simultaneous battles: a chaotic intraparty primary struggle over how far left to push their policies and a broader question of how to confront the challenge posed by President Donald Trump, who has already begun casting the Democrats as socialists.
The article notes that Trump’s opportunity to define the Democratic field could be long-lasting: The president will have more than a year to portray the opposing party as radical before a Democratic nominee is selected.
BATTLE FOR WORLD / RT | February 22, 2019: The video highlights that Bernie Sanders has entered the 2020 race for president as the most well-known candidate in an already crowded field of Democratic hopefuls. And asked the question: Will enough Americans embrace his progressive agenda, or will he be forced to compromise?