The assertion that President Trump will definitely lose the 2020 election is flawed, as his support is solid enough to give him another four years, writes of The New Republic. A strong third-party candidate emerging is one of many factors that could gift him an election win. Such a contender for the presidency would absorb Democrat votes, not Republican ones. The economy is doing well and voters’ choices will be influenced by their wallets. Trump’s tax cuts could be significant in this regard. Furthermore, Democrats’ current candidates are rather old. Their party would need to seriously step up its game to oust Trump in 2020.
The conservative wave that carried Donald Trump to victory in 2016 might not be able to muster another success four years onward, reports Jason Le Miere of Newsweek. Polls indicate that he has pushed voters towards the Democrats throughout his presidency. More Republicans than Democrats who voted in the election think about voting for the other side next time around. Blue victories in state elections indicate that Trump’s rhetoric isn’t so popular anymore. Independents also lean against him. The president's approval ratings have reached record lows. His lack of popularity might result in Democrats rallying around a candidate to defeat him.