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Fox News contributor Karl Rove weighs in on the correlation between the booming U.S. economy and trump the odds to win the 2020 presidential election.
President Trump-you can all but assure re-election in 2020, when he speaks of the “three important things” on the election campaign, the former presidential Advisor Karl Rove, said on Tuesday.
“To talk about their success and talk about the next step and disqualify their opponents as representatives of a threat to the economic growth,” Rove said on Fox News’ “Hannity.”
Rove, who served as an adviser of Ex-President George W. Bush, told host Sean Hannity that the President be “punished for a bad economy”, but not necessarily rewarded for a good economy, when it reaches the important points.
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Rove, former President Herbert Hoover who was in office during the Depression, in “deep trouble” in 1932, said, as a Democrat, Franklin Roosevelt, refused to grant him a second term.
But despite Trump the economy faring far better than Hoover’s, Rove said he believes Trump’s Fans still “be careful” heading in 2020 — and warned against overconfidence. He said that just because the current choice models predict, to win a trump card, his followers should recognize that conditions may change in the coming months and the economy will not necessarily be decisive.
“If he said it in the course of time, the economy, and who you vote for for President is a non-linear relationship”.
Hannity on the democratic presidential claimed-field hard-left has moved to the “” overall and could be useful Trump to be.
During his recent visit to Japan, Trump criticized the democratic front-Biden runner, Joe, called him “a disaster.”
At a campaign event last week in Lycoming County, Pa., Trump claims Biden “left” Pennsylvania. Although the former Vice President served for decades in the U.S. Senate representing Delaware, he was born in Scranton, Pa.
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For his part, Biden recently criticized Trump’s reaction to what was called, a white nationalist rally in 2017 in Charlottesville, Va.
“Give me a break. Enough is enough, man. It is a nonsense. The rally was very advertised, advertised, as a white supremacist rally. Anti-Semitic chants were clear. Hate was on the March and he knew it,” Biden charged in April.
“Where is the enthusiasm for [Biden]?” Hannity asked earlier in the show.