By Townhall. The Democratic National Committee has compiled a massive amount of opposition research into President Donald Trump, Axios reported. The Democrats reportedly dug through 7,000 lawsuits from all 50 states to pinpoint Trump’s vulnerabilities.
According to Axios, the DNC also put together a comprehensive document of each time Trump said Mexico would pay to build a wall along the United States-Mexico border during the 2016 presidential campaign. The DNC is expected to drop relevant information with local reporters, groups and Democrats in key battleground states, an anonymous source familiar with the document said.
One of their other key tactics will be focusing on anecdotal stories in states like Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Arizona, Colorado, Florida and Texas. They want to find residents who feel Trump’s policies have negatively impacted them. Specifically, Democrats plan to focus on farmers and truckers and how tariffs have hurt them. (Read more from “DNC Compiled Massive Pile of Opposition Research on Trump Ahead of 2020 Election” HERE)
Trump Family ‘Dynasty’ Will ‘Last for Decades,’ 2020 Campaign Chief Says
By Fox News. President Trump and his family represent a political movement with the potential of transforming the Republican Party, according to Brad Parscale, manager of the president’s 2020 reelection campaign.
“I just think they’re a dynasty,” Parscale told reporters after delivering a speech Saturday at the fall convention of the California Republican Party.
“I think they’re all amazing people … with amazing capabilities,” he said, according to the Associated Press. “I think you see that from Don Jr. I think you see that from Ivanka. You see it from Jared. You see it from all.”
Parscale was speaking at the end of a week that saw Ivanka Trump embark on a trip to Argentina, Colombia and Paraguay to promote the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative; saw Republican political strategist Rick Wilson predict in a Daily Beast column that Donald Trump Jr. will seek and likely win the 2024 GOP presidential nomination; and saw Jared Kushner appoint a lieutenant in his role of crafting the president’s Middle East policy, according to Politico. (Read more from “Trump Family ‘Dynasty’ Will ‘Last for Decades,’ 2020 Campaign Chief Says” HERE)