MICHELLE OBAMA IS BEST CANDIDATE TO BEAT TRUMP IN 2020:

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MICHELLE OBAMA IS BEST CANDIDATE TO BEAT TRUMP IN 2020:

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:29 pm

09.10.2017:

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

MICHELLE OBAMA IS THE BEST POSSIBLE CANDIDATE TO BEAT PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP IN THE 2020 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ACCORDING TO FORMER PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON'S POLLSTER.

HILLARY CLINTON JUST WROTE ANOTHER BOOK, AND CAN'T QUIT COMPLAINING ABOUT EVERYBODY AND EVERYTHING, EXCEPT HERSELF, THAT "MADE" HER LOOSE THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION TO PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP.

HILLARY CLINTON AGAIN DECLARED TODAY THAT SHE WON'T RUN FOR PRESIDENT AGAIN, AND MAY BE TOTALLY OUT OF POLITICS, BUT WILLING TO "WORK" FROM THE SIDELINES. TRANSLATION FOR THOSE THAT DON'T UNDERSTAND HILLARY SPEAK: HILLARY IS FOAMING AT THE MOUTH TO RUN AGAIN FOR SOMETHING, SOMEWHERE, SO THAT SHE CAN BE THE CENTER OF ATTENTION OF SOMETHING !

COULD A TICKET OF MICHELLE OBAMA AND HILLARY CLINTON, OR HILLARY CLINTON AND MICHELLE OBAMA ALREADY BE ON THE DRAWING BOARD ? WOULD THAT TEAM BE "FINANCIALLY AND LEGALLY UNBEATABLE" ? (09.10.2017, BB).


Former Bill Clinton Pollster: Michelle Obama Is Best Candidate To Beat Donald Trump In 2020.
Newsweek Harriet Sinclair,Newsweek 1 hour 55 minutes ago

Former first lady Michelle Obama is the right candidate to run for Democrats in 2020, according to a former Bill Clinton pollster.

Douglas Schoen said in an op ed for The Hill that Obama would fare better against incumbent Donald Trump than any of the other candidates who are being touted as potential future leaders.

“As I’ve said before, the Democrats need an alternative plan to rebuild and unite the party if they have any hope in winning back seats in Congress in the 2018 midterms, nonetheless the White House in 2020,” Schoen wrote for The Hill.

Michelle Obama acknowledges the crowd before delivering remarks on the first day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center, July 25, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Alex Wong/Getty

“This alternative plan requires a new, united opposition, led by a political leader with widespread popularity. The only person I can see accomplishing this would be none other than the party’s most popular political figure: Michelle Obama,” he added.

Given her popularity as first lady, with an average 65% approval rating, and almost universal popularity within the Democratic Party, it is not the first time Obama’s name has been banded about as a possible future presidential candidate.

Don't miss: Former Bill Clinton Pollster: Michelle Obama Is Best Candidate To Beat Donald Trump In 2020

But the former first lady said in December 2016 during an interview with Oprah Winfrey that it wasn’t something she was keen to put her family through a second time.

“I don’t make stuff up, I’m not coy—I’m pretty direct. If I were interested in it, I'd say it,” Obama told Oprah during their interview.

She added that despite the hopes of some Democrats that she would run for office, “people don’t really understand how hard this is. It’s not something that you cavalierly just sort of ask a family to do again.”

Despite suggesting Obama would be the best candidate to unite the party, Schoen said his view was not an endorsement of her candidacy.

“Let me be clear: This is not an endorsement. I have been, and still am, critical of Barack Obama’s presidency,” Schoen wrote for The Hill.

“Michelle Obama would not be my candidate, and I do not agree with many of the positions I believe she would advance. But as an analyst, Michelle Obama is clearly the Democrats’ best chance to reunite the party and win back the White House in 2020,” he added.

More from Newsweek

Barack and Michelle Obama on Best-Dressed List, Donald and Melania Trump Are Not.
Melania Trump Is Still Not As Popular As Michelle Obama, but She Beats Hillary Clinton in First Lady Rankings.
Melania Trump in the White House: How She Compares to Michelle Obama During First 100 Days.

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