Identity politics at its finest
“…she confirmed for the first time that she has no plans of running for office.”
Let’s have a “big, messy primary.”
“I don’t have the DNA for it.”
Come on, man.
“…the justice who made her name as a women’s rights lawyer in the 1970s apparently is not counting on leaving the stage any time soon.”
“Warren has stocked her political staff with a research team directed to scour her past for political vulnerabilities…”
Never too early to get started, eh?
If this is the best that they have, liberals will have Trump Derangement Syndrome for an extra four years.
That statue hasn’t moved in 20 minutes.
Tan. Rested. Ready.
“My wife wishes I were president.”
Nov. 3, 2020 fast approaching
In case you care.
“Democrats’ best hope”?
Rocking the boat
“Evil corporations are the only impediment he acknowledges.”
“I am done with being a candidate.”
“She simply does not stand for anything.”
“If only, Democrats say, there was some person under 55 who had any profile.”
“he will win those electoral states as it stands now.”
You make me thirsty, Donald.
“Enjoyable fan fiction”?
Or did he?
Definitely not… at least for now
Seriously? Maybe not so much
But on which ticket?
“She’s absolutely going to run.”
This is totally amazing!
“Now is the time to be more visible.”
“Joe’s not going away.”
Never saying never means maybe.
When “no” doesn’t always mean no