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    • I think they should try to cobble together a solid, coherent message on health care and the economy, find as many charismatic surrogates as they can (ideally, members of Congress or local elected officials or state legislators or council members, not Tom Hanks or Barbra Streisand), don't take states for granted the way they did in 2016, and fight like they will have to grind out a win, instead of the "this state is in our reach" fool's gold of so many years (not that this only applies to Democrats, as Karl Rove thought W would win California in 2000).    I'm not saying ignore Trump - when he attacks, answer, and of course his failings will be at the heart of a Democratic campaign - but don't make him the focus, the way he was in 2016. Don't run a lot of generic "Trump bad" ads, or ads with Soccer Mom Susan looking into the camera from her highback chair as she tells us how concerned she is. Don't talk about how other countries feel, because many voters just don't want to hear it. I would say talk more about the courts, but sadly, a lot of voters outside of the right don't seem to care, so what can you do? Still, I'd like to see somebody try to make this an issue, especially since RBG has been to the hospital this year more times than I can even remember anymore.   Don't make social media too key a part of your campaign. Use it for its benefits in organizing but never assume social media speaks for anyone in the real world.    Don't focus so exclusively on Putin and Russia, because this attack or concern has reached everyone it's going to reach.   And, nothing against them, because I voted for people like John Kerry and I still wish he'd been elected, but please stop trotting out the same old people to say the same old things.
    • If that's the case, then what do you think the Democrats should do, going into the 2020 election?  Like you said, we can't go after his record, because his supporters don't care.  But, we can't exactly ignore him either.  So, what should we do?  Because, even though I believe Trump will get re-elected, that doesn't mean I think the Democrats should just roll up their tents now and forget about next November.
    • JG isnt on the list because hes an EP too.
    • They are so boring.    Why is Xander still on this show? The actor is a bore.
    • Sarah and Xander 😍   Also Sarah's hair has really improved lately. It looked so bad for a while.   Pretty boring show today.
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