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Opinion Neil Patel: Looking Ahead To Trump’s Second Term

18:05  14 february  2020
18:05  14 february  2020 Source:   dailycaller.com

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Neil Patel Co-Founder and Publisher, The Daily Caller. February 13, 2020 6:23 PM ET. All this means it’ s not too early to start asking what a second Trump term would look like. First, a Trump reelection may force those who have tried hard to ignore his presidency to confront the forces driving

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . Max Boot has perhaps gone further than any other Never Trump former-Republican. Arguing he was doing it to preserve his principles, Boot joined the Democratic Party so as to defeat Trump .

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: U.S. President Donald Trump reacts to a question from a reporter following a signing ceremony for the Supporting Veterans in STEM Careers Act inside the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., February 11, 2020.  REUTERS/Tom Brenner - RC2MYE9JYPHI© REUTERS/Tom Brenner - RC2MYE9JYPHI U.S. President Donald Trump reacts to a question from a reporter following a signing ceremony for the Supporting Veterans in STEM Careers Act inside the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S., February 11, 2020. REUTERS/Tom Brenner - RC2MYE9JYPHI

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Sen. Bernie Sanders is winning. If the election of Donald Trump wasn’t enough of a wake-up call that Americans want radical change, the Bernie surge should finally get America’s leaders to start thinking more clearly about what’s happening in our country.

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Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . The 37-year-old congressman is following an unusual path in his second term in congress, emphasizing his support for the president, but breaking with him on issues he feels are necessary.

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . Between this and the radical anti-Second Amendment legislation that Democrats are ramming through, the left has given Virginia plenty of reasons to vote Republican in 2020 and beyond,” Virginia GOP spokesperson John March said in a

For a lot of people, it’s been easier to stick their heads in the sand and pretend we are still a Romney-versus-Obama country than to wrestle with the tough issues that are driving American politics today. Why are people so hungry for serious change? That’s the single most important question — and it’s the question nobody ever talks about. How is Sanders winning primaries? How did Trump take over the Republican party, knocking out every major established Republican politician, with such ease? The answers you hear in Washington are almost too superficial to discuss. It’s not because of Russia. It’s not because too many establishment Republicans divided the vote against Trump. It’s because people are truly sick of our leaders. Bernie Sanders Holds Off Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar To Win New Hampshire Democratic Primary)

New 1,640 Foot Wall to Hide Slums in India From Trump’s View

  New 1,640 Foot Wall to Hide Slums in India From Trump’s View As President Donald Trump’s motorcade makes its way from the airport in the Indian city of Ahmedabad next week anticipating millions of cheering Indians waiting to greet him at a sprawling cricket stadium, there’ll be a few thousand locals hidden from view. © AP Photo/Ajit Solanki Indian residents of a slum near Sardar Patel Gujarat Stadium hold eviction notices served to them in Ahmedabad, India, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. The city’s municipal corporation has built a four-foot-high wall to hide a stretch of slums on the American leader’s route.

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . The Trump administration announced that it is reallocating .8 billion in weapons programs to support construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall, upsetting lawmakers who argue the White House is sidestepping their authority.

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Can Sanders keep it up and actually get the nomination? He and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, the furthest-left Democrats, have been combining for about 40% of the vote so far. The marginally more moderate candidates have been dividing up about 60% of the vote. This means that the less socialist side of the democratic electorate could still coalesce around a non-Bernie alternative. Biden’s looking less and less likely, so that leaves an opening for Michael Bloomberg or Sen. Amy Klobuchar. But what if Sanders keeps surging? According to Gallup, 76% of Democrats are willing to vote for a socialist, so it’s not impossible that he actually gets the nomination. The Democratic Party establishment will do all in its power to stop him. They have already changed the rules to let Bloomberg buy his way onto the debate stage. There’s no telling how far the party establishment and their allies in the press would go to keep Sanders from a nomination. FLASHBACK: Amy Klobuchar Once Called For A Fence At The Border)

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Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . The Trump administration is not going to let Democrat officials get away with putting American citizens in danger by sheltering criminal illegal aliens from federal law enforcement.

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . President Donald Trump issued a notice extending the national emergency declaration at the southern border until 2021 on Thursday, according to text of the notice sent out by the White House.

If Sanders does win the Democratic nomination, the main benefit for a lot of us will be watching every financial and political leader in America scramble to choose between Sanders and Trump. All of a sudden, a lot of hedge fund never-Trumpers are going to reconsider. Trump may be rude and uncouth, but Bernie wants to take all their money away. That’s going to cause a lot of backsliding in a never-Trump world. The good news is that even today, most Americans still do not want a socialist president. According to Gallup, 53% of Americans would not vote for a socialist candidate. That’s not as high as I’d hope, but it’s above 50%.

All this means it’s not too early to start asking what a second Trump term would look like. First, a Trump reelection may force those who have tried hard to ignore his presidency to confront the forces driving so much change in our country. It would be hard, even for the never-Trump crowd, to pretend it was Russia again that got Trump reelected. Hopefully, instead, we can start to really debate issues like immigration, income inequality and the influence of corporate America on our political world. These issues are worth debating because there are no easy solutions. We may need change, but finding solutions that don’t kill off our economic growth is not easy. On the other hand, if we don’t start these debates, we are going to have a country that grows further on edge until people do fall for a socialist-type solution out of desperation. It would be really nice to avoid that. Trump Extends National Emergency Declaration At The Southern Border)

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Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . Eight Senate Republicans broke with their GOP colleagues on Wednesday voting in favor of a resolution that would limit President Donald Trump ’ s ability to use military action against Iran without approval from Congress.

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . Trump Extends National Emergency Declaration At The Southern Border. ‘Time To Stop The Tweeting’: Barr Blasts Trump Over Tweets About Roger Stone Case.

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A Trump reelection may also cause Democrats to take the radical step of treating Trump like a real president. Presuming the Democrats keep the House of Representatives, which seems likely, even if Trump wins reelection, they could decide to work with Trump on a joint agenda. This is something most conservatives probably won’t like. There are plenty of areas that Trump could cut deals with Democrats. On trade, we have already seen the North American Free Trade Agreement replaced by the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which was more to the liking of both Trump and the Democrats in Congress. This could be possible for other trade deals as well. Senate Passes United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement)

Both Trump and the Democrats in Congress also have huge appetites for more infrastructure spending. A deal has been in the cards from the moment Trump was first elected. Until now, Democrats have decided that obstructionism was more in their interest, but a second Trump term may convince them to cooperate in a huge infrastructure plan. Fiscal conservatives may not love the outcome.

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Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . As previously reported, several players from the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl team skipped the visit two years ago, as well as whole teams like the Golden State Warriors and Toronto Raptors, as noted by TMZ.

Neil Patel : Looking Ahead To Trump ’ s Second Term . The only busier months were December 2015, December 2019, December 2012, December 2016, and March 2018. The last two months were each among the top six for the number of NICS firearm background checks.

Finally, on the biggest and most divisive issue of all, it’s possible a new Trump term would result in a massive immigration deal. How do you think Trump would react if Democrats agreed to completely fund his wall in return for something like amnesty for those already in our country? A lot of conservatives would not want that deal, but would Trump take it? The Democrats love immigration as a wedge issue that divides Americans, so they are unlikely to offer something like this — but if they did, there’s a strong likelihood they could find common ground with the president. Trump More Than Doubles Obama’s 2012 New Hampshire Vote Total)

The final option — if our corporate, political and academic elites choose to ignore a Trump-Sanders election cycle, brush off voters’ concerns and instead occupy themselves with more Russia-type conspiracies — is for voters to continue to grow more and more disillusioned with our political system. They tried Trump on the right. Who’s to say we aren’t an election cycle away from a left-wing populist tide? That’s the risk when you ignore people’s real concerns.

Neil Patel co-founded The Daily Caller, one of America’s fastest-growing online news outlets, which regularly breaks news and distributes it to over 15 million monthly readers. Patel also co-founded The Daily Caller News Foundation, a nonprofit news company that trains journalists, produces fact-checks and conducts longer-term investigative reporting. The Daily Caller News Foundation licenses its content free of charge to over 300 news outlets, reaching potentially hundreds of millions of people per month. To find out more about Neil Patel and read features by other Creators writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators website at www.creators.com

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Walls, mud packs and monkey removal for Trump in India .
US President Donald Trump makes his first official visit to India on Monday and work has been going on around the clock to spruce things up -- to the annoyance of some locals as well as monkeys. The photo opportunity highlights of the 36-hour trip include a rally of 100,000 people at the world's largest cricket stadium and watching the sunset with First Lady Melania at the Taj Mahal.A long wall has been hastily built, along the route in Ahmedabad in western India to the new Sardar Patel Stadium in order, locals believe, to hide a slum, although officials deny it.

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