As the primaries are underway to determine who will be challenging President Trump in the upcoming November election, President Trump took a trip to New Hampshire to talk to voters and make his case to Keep America Great.
In response, the Democratic National Committee sent out a statement regarding the President’s stop in the state, noting that the President “and his allies are afraid of the threat our party poses to his reelection chances” before concluding that “they should be.”
Elaborating on their strategy to defeat the President in November, the email sent out to supporters explained that “the DNC has already begun hiring and training organizers in key battleground states, holding Trump and his administration accountable through the DNC War Room, and ensuring Democratic candidates have access to world-class data and campaign infrastructure.”
The DNC added that “each of those programs will be key to Democratic victory this year – and they require” a “generous, early investment” of donations.
After a series of hits in recent weeks beginning with the President being acquitted of both articles of impeachment that were aimed against him, Democrats are looking to keep the House, gain the Senate and also turn the White House blue in November.
However, the path has been riddled with difficulties as the Iowa Caucus proved to be a controversial start to the election process.