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Trump already amassed a huge war chest for 2020 Challenger caution

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While President Trump stands in front of mumbles of a primary challenge as well as a huge field of Democratic candidates, bribery, taking money, and him – the President enters the 2020 melee with an undeniable advantage: a war chest that would be the envy of any modern President.

In contrast to most of the incumbent operators, Trump-election bid began again, the day one of his presidency. He put the papers with the Federal Election Commission within hours after the opening on Jan. 20, 2017. Many saw it as a funny – albeit in character – step for the bold trump. However, he was able to raise huge sums of money, four years before the election.

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According to the last FEC data, the Trump campaign has raised over $67 million Euro from 2017 to 2018, with almost $20 million on hand. Combined with the routes of two major joint fundraising groups – Trump-victory, and the trump card-to Make America Great Again Committee – the President has 130 million by the end of 2018, with over 35 million dollars raised more than $on the hand.

By contrast, former President Barack Obama had only $raised 4 million in the first two years of his presidency, and did not file for re-election until April 2011. Ex-President George W. Bush had raised $3 million at the end of his second year in office and put up for re-election in may 2003.

“Our fundraising numbers are constantly breaking records, surpassing last presidential campaigns,” said Michael Glassner, the chief operating officer for the campaign. “Our state-of-the-art campaign operation puts us in the best position heading into the 2020 re-election campaign.”

In spite of the fundraising totals that the President is still a great choice of challenges. His approval rate has stagnated in the mid-40s, with the latest Fox News poll showing him with 46 percent. In the year 2018 mid-term elections high level of participation and enthusiasm on the Democratic side, which helped the party flip had historically-house.

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These weaknesses have led to the fact that some Republicans think there is room for a Central challenge. Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland has done several interviews that he is interested in a run.

“I would say, I am approached by a lot of different people,” Hogan told CBS News last month. “And I think the best way it is, I have not thrown you out of my office.”

Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, meanwhile, has already an exploratory Committee, and former Florida reg formed Jeb Bush, said that the Republicans deserve the “choice” in the year 2020.

But Trump’s Bar would stand as a significant deterrent to any Republican hope to start a primary offer of reason – the rise not just against its war chest, but the GOP establishment.

Analysts say that while there are obvious weaknesses in the trump card, especially if Special Counsel Robert Mueller, the team closes its investigation with incriminating evidence, you will not see a clear direction for a primary Challenger.

“He is not so vulnerable from the middle,” Republican strategist Alex Conant, said Trump. “There just aren’t enough moderate voters within the GOP to win a primary.”

Ford O’connell, a Republican strategist, said the Chairman of the conservative CivicForumPac, the party is bound to win, and you will see Trump as their path to victory.

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“There are two chances that Trump will not be the candidate and you will be slim and none and slim has already left town,” said O’connell.

Democrats, of course, hope none jumping from this levy, primary Challenger.

“It would be wonderful” if Trump faced a primary challenge, said David Heller, a democratic strategist, who is the innocent bystanders on the President’s side in this cycle. “It’s wonderful to be full, all the way. Because what would it do, parts of the Republican party [and the] force Trump would was money on the primary, he will not use it for General. It is the Republicans who are not comfortable with its unique brand and give you a place to distance themselves from the President.”

This is a way Republicans seem to see. The Republican National Committee under a data-sharing agreement last year, signed up to help with the trump campaign, to organize and funnel data from collections and events in a massive voter database. They have also adopted a resolution at their winter meeting this year, the trump card of the party’s undivided support.

“President Trump enjoys unprecedented support among Republicans,” said an RNC spokeswoman. “He already has a long list of incredible achievements for the conservatives and the country. The RNC and the Republican party firmly behind the President. To go to any effort to challenge the President is bound by the nomination, nothing, absolutely.”

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The Contracting States have also taken steps to try and protect the President-in-office. South Carolina is also skipping his GOP primary by 2020. Iowa and New Hampshire, both of which are planning their contests, but they say even if a Challenger is competing in their States, it is likely a fool’s errand.

To enable “if it is a feasible challenge for the President-in-office, the previous practice, to show caucus-goers, their presidential preference,” said Jeff Kaufmann, the Chairman of the Republican party of Iowa. “But potential challengers should know that Iowa is the heart of trump Land.”

Primary challenges to incumbent presidents have a history of failure, including Pat Buchanan against George H. W. Bush in 1992, Ted Kennedy against Jimmy Carter in 1980 and Ronald Reagan against Gerald Ford in 1976. However, in all three cases, that is the responsibility of the injured to the White house went on to lose in the elections.

Democrats, meanwhile, could fixes be balanced in order to keep step with Trump fundraising – once the chaotic and crowded primary.

Several candidates have already declared – including Beto O’rourke, Bernie Sanders, and Kamala Harris reported that over $1 million in the first 24 hours after officially jumping in the race. O’rourke has the first-day record so far, bringing in a whopping $6.1 million.

For their part, Trump the team do not take anything for granted. According to the Facebook ad archives, the Trump Make America Great Again, the Committee has spent more than $6 million on more than 100,000 ads between may 2018 and March 2019. The campaign itself spent almost $4 million to nearly 84,000 are ads in the same period, far ahead of the Democrats.

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