Tag: 2020

Economist Gives Trump’s Economy Strong Outlook

An economist has given President Trump good news heading into the 2020 election. The economist does not foresee a recession before the 2020 election. According to The Daily Wire: Acknowledging that talk of a coming recession has mushroomed recently, one economics expert writing in The New York Times attempted to assuage those fears by noting that the

Trump Campaign Issues One Word Response to GOP Challenger

The Trump campaign responded to a challenge from former GOP Congressman Joe Walsh with just one word. According to The Daily Caller: President Donald Trump’s campaign responded to the primary candidacy of former GOP Rep. Joe Walsh with one word: “Whatever.” Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh reportedly sent the dismissive response to ABC News following Walsh’s

Liberal Media Spreading Lies About Looming Recession

Many in the liberal media are hoping for a recession in order to reduce Trump’s chances at reelection in 2020. Economists are painting a different picture, however. According to Town Hall: A few caveats to start, regarding causes for concern.  First, trade uncertainty is undoubtedly contributing to market jitters, with companies and job creators looking anxiously

RNC Outraises the DNC by HUGE Margin

New campaign finance reports show that the RNC majorly outraised the DNC again as the organizations prepare for the 2020 presidential elections. According to Town Hall: The Republican National Committee has published its fundraising numbers for July 2019 and once again they’ve completely destroyed the Democratic National Committee on totals. “In July, the RNC continued

President Trump Running For Reelection

President Donald Trump announced that he’s running for re-election in 2020, and Brad Parscale, who served as the Trump campaign’s 2016 digital guru, has been named campaign manager. — The news was first reported by Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report. The president had already filed for re-election — he filed his Form 2 paperwork with