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The trump re-election campaign is betting that the “disaffected Democrats” have had enough of radical progressiveness, for the introduction of the “Democrats for trump” – coalition on Thursday.
“Of the fake confidence and there is no question, the immediate embrace of socialism, the democratic party of today is recognizable and leave moderate Democrats behind,” said President Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, in a statement. “For Democrats, who feel abandoned by the socialist radicalization of their party, there is space for you in the Team, trump, and we welcome you to join the movement, and for a President by America first.”
Parscale also on Twitter, to release the campaign’s internal polling shows the possibility of the Democrats house seats in districts keep took won the trump in 2016.
He tweeted: “house Dems sitting in @realDonaldTrump won districts know that a vote for impeachment is a vote to lose their seats in 2020. Internal polling shows voters in these districts AGAINST the dismissal of 10 points. ⬇love it.”
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The campaign said that the new coalition is for the moderate liberals, who want to work with trump-led-conservative on lowering prescription drug costs, pass strong trade agreements and fixing America’s infrastructure.
“President Trump speaks for a generation of Democrats who feel left alone today, partisan tactics,” said Tony Mace, Cibola County, New Mexico, sheriff in a statement from the campaign. “Coastal elites and left-wing radicals seized the democratic party.”
Also Thursday, Jeff Van Drew, New Jersey Congressman to vote a break with the Democrats, against the trump card of the prosecution, officially switched parties and became a Republican.
“Jeff announced his entry into the Republican party,” Trump, during an Oval Office event, Moved in with Van. “It is a great thing.”
“I think that this is just a better fit for me,” Van Drew said, his decision promises to Trump its “undying support.”
“This is who I am, but who I always was, but it was more tolerance of moderate Democrats, the Blue Dog Democrats, the conservative Democrats,” said Van Drew, “and I think that goes away.”
Van Drew on Wednesday broke with his party voted against the impeachment trump — a step, the strengthened GOP is trying to Democrats as to the matter. The Republicans voted closed against him.
Wednesday night-the house of the vote, almost exclusively along party lines, the President is only the third in U.S. history to be indicted. The house accused of Trumping on two charges — abuse of his presidential power and obstruction of Congress, to proclaim from its pressure on Ukraine investigations of his political rivals as a trump US aid and held back.
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Prosecution can prove increasingly unpopular among the moderate, the in the key battleground States.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.