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DEMS: who might run in 2020... apart from she-who-plots?

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2020 Dem brawl for presidency taking shape...
Top Ten...

The Hill presents its initial rankings of the Democratic field.

(0. Somebody Else, not yet on the List... who is NOT Hillary)
 1. Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas)
 2. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.)
 3. Former Vice President Joe Biden
 4. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.)
 5. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)
 6. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio)
 7. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.)
 8. Sen. Amy Klobuchar. (D-Minn.)
 9.  Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg
10. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.)

Other potential candidates outside the top 10: Former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, activist Tom Steyer, Rep. Joe Kennedy III. (D-Mass.), former San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.)
(Personally, I think Bloomberg is the only truly viable candidate against Trump.
The rest are clowns dressed in reckless ambition. Bloomie is serious.

His problem will be convincing an out-of-touch party, that they will need a Centrist candidate - so maybe unlikely)

Speaking of out-of-touch, here's the king of inappropriate touching, Biden:
Who Matches the Moment?
How Biden Paved Way...

( for what?  A slugfest, Or Pedo- charges?)

When officials at the University of Utah invited Joseph R. Biden Jr. to speak there in December, Mr. Biden’s representatives listed a number of requirements for the appearance. His booking firm, Creative Artists Agency, said the school would need to fly Mr. Biden and his aides to Salt Lake City by private plane. It would have to buy 1,000 copies of his recent memoir for distribution to the audience. There would be no insertion of the word “former” before “vice president” in social media promotions. And the speaking fee would be $100,000 — “a reduced rate,” it was explained, for colleges and universities.

But three days before the event, Mr. Biden’s aides learned that the public university would be using state funds to pay his fee. They already had a policy against taking tuition dollars, and decided that accepting taxpayer dollars for such a windfall might appear just as politically distasteful. Mr. Biden made the trip anyway but declined to take a check.

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For Liz Warren, I have one reaction... repeated multiple times... ( ha )

Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha

Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha   Ha ha ha

Foe - Can - Haunt - Us !


Warren's "Edgy" image is rather Awkward

Warren’s opening salvo, broadcast via an emailed announcement video, defined her as an economic populist ready to stand up to Trump. Her slogan made her attitude clear: “Join the Fight.”

“She is a very strong advocate — an edgy advocate — and is that what people are going to be looking for in the era of Trump? Do you fight edgy with edgy?” asked ­David Axelrod, the chief strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns.

> https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/warrens-jump-into-the-presidential-campaign-kicks-the-2020-race-into-high-gear/2018/12/31/64adbc50-0d02-11e9-831f-3aa2c2be4cbd_story.html?utm_term=.2000d508687c

FIFO ?  First In. First Out?

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — As Americans commemorated Martin Luther King Jr., Democratic presidential hopefuls fanned out across the country to honor the civil rights leader and make themselves heard on the national stage.

Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., used the holiday to launch a presidential campaign that, if successful, would make her the first woman and the second black candidate to become president. Former Vice President Joe Biden accepted responsibility for his part in the passage of 1980s legislation that toughened sentences for crack cocaine possession, “a big mistake” because of its damage to the black community.

New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand lashed out at President Donald Trump for inspiring “hate and darkness” in a fiery speech in Harlem. South Carolina, a critical early-voting state in the Democratic primary, hosted two senators expected to seek the White House in 2020: Cory Booker of New Jersey and Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg assailed gun violence in remarks at a Washington breakfast celebrating King’s life. Massachusetts Sent. Elizabeth Warren denounced what she called the systematic suppression of black voters.


THE DEM PLANTATION is thriving... They think

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She's Like a Demonic child of Obummer & HELLary...

Kamala Stacks Campaign With Team Hillary...

The newly launched Kamala Harris presidential campaign is stacked with top officials from Hillary Clinton's failed 2016 campaign, including her lawyer Marc Elias.

The abundance of Clinton staffers joining Harris is unsurprising, as many went straight from the 2016 trail to work in her new senate office in 2017. Those moves were considered a signal to insiders that a presidential campaign may be in the works.

The Harris campaign announced on Monday that Elias, Clinton's top lawyer, will be its general counsel; Lily Adams, Clinton's Iowa communications director and daughter of former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards, will be its national communications director; Angelique Cannon, Clinton's deputy national finance director and national finance director for Senate Majority PAC, will be its national finance director; and David Huynh, Clinton's director of delegate operations and ballot access, will be its senior adviser.

Elias was most recently in the spotlight a few months ago as the top lawyer for former Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson during the Florida recount, which ended with Republican Sen. Rick Scott holding on to his victory.

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