In the 1984 election, between President Ronald Reagan and Democratic candidate Walter Mondale, the Republicans put on a clinic and Reagan won 525 electoral votes out of a possible 538.
A victory of such epic proportions could very well be seen again by President Donald Trump in 2020.
But how could that happen in a nation seemingly split down the middle on every issue imaginable?
Fear not — one issue is an exception to the rule.
The dark horse in the upcoming election will be how the economy has positively impacted Americans of all walks-of-life and demographics. The economy is an issue that a surprisingly vast majority of Americans see eye-to-eye on — because, heck, who doesn’t like a little more money to make the world go around?
Well, not only has Trump put some extra dough in the pockets of Americans, he’s helped put Americans without any income into positions where they can make money.
Check out a few of Trump’s economic accomplishments since 2016, per the White House:
- Over five million jobs have been created.
- Median household income has hit highest level ever recorded.
- New unemployment claims recently hit a 49-year low
- Unemployment amongst African-Americans, Hispanics, and Asian-Americans have hit records lows.
- Almost 3.9 million Americans have been lifted off food stamps since the election.
And that’s only a select few.
The mainstream media may not give any airtime to these spectacular statistics and new records, but Americans are feeling them each and every day. And, thankfully, people vote with their wallets.
Combine the economic growth with Trump’s sky-high approval rating of 52 percent and his stunning swell of support amongst likely black voters — a demographic Democrats have had a supermajority in for decades — Trump is going to clean house come 2020. And part of the dominance he’ll display when the final tally rolls in on November 3 will be due to self-inflicted wounds by the Democrat party.
They have no cohesion. They have no money. They have no leadership. They have no candidate that can beat Trump. With the left’s shortcomings and the president’s incredible economic numbers, 400 or more electoral votes is cake-walk.
At the end of the day, all Trump has to do is ask one single question: “Are you better off today than you were four years ago.”
Most Americans will answer with a resounding “Yes!”
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