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    Senator Flake warns that Trump will face a primary opponent in 2020 'if he continues on the path he's on'
    New York Daily News, Dec 24 2017 2:50 PM

    Arizona Senator Jeff Flake warned that President Trump will face a primary challenge or an independent opponent in 2020 if the Republican continues his bombastic ways. "I do believe if the president is running for re-election, if he continues on the path he's on, that that's going to leave a huge swath of voters looking for someone else,” Flake said in an interview with ABC News’ This Week that aired today. "I think he’s inviting that. He’s probably inviting a Republican challenge as well." But will that challenger be Flake, who has previously bashed the President and is set to retire at the end of 2018? "I don't rule anything out but it's not in my plans,” a coy Flake said."

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    Uh, Ed? Doesn't this depend on Biden actually running?

    Former DNC chairman Ed Rendell says Joe Biden would 'win overwhelmingly' against Trump in 2020

    http://www.complex.com/life/2017/12/...joe-biden-2020

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    Democrats are already campaigning for 2020
    NBC News, Jan 2 2018 4:52 PM

    Former Vice President Joe Biden is going to look a lot like a presidential candidate this year.He plans to raise money for Senate Democratic incumbents, campaign for Democratic challengers in Republican-held House districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016 and engage in state-level races where the pickup of a couple of seats could flip control of a legislative chamber. "You're going to see him all over the place," said Greg Schultz, executive director of Biden's American Possibilities PAC.

    Biden won't be alone. Nearly one year into Donald Trump's presidency — with the president's approval rating hovering around 40% — Biden is one of roughly two dozen Democrats who are considering a bid for the White House in 2020. The list includes governors, senators, House members, mayors and even celebrities such as former professional wrestler Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. A handful of hopefuls have already visited Iowa and New Hampshire, the first-in-the-nation caucus and primary states, and those trips will increase in frequency as the year unfolds. And some have long since hired presidential campaign veterans onto their staffs.

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    In October 2017, people though A.J. Stevens of Baldwin City, Kansas was crazy for setting up a Draft Oprah PAC, creating the Twitter handle @OprahforPOTUS and launching the website www.OprahforPOTUS.org -- but today he no longer seems so crazy:

    Sources: Oprah Winfrey 'actively thinking' about running for president

    http://www.money.cnn.com/2018/01/08/...bes/index.html

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    Polls should reflect the views of people who actually have an opinion. "Unsure" and "I don't know" should not be allowed as responses.

    Poll: Oprah would beat Trump in 2020 but most don't want her to run for president
    AOL News, Jan 13 2018 7:00 AM

    Speculation around Oprah Winfrey's intentions to potentially run for president have been running rampant since her remarks at the Golden Globes on Sunday but according to a new poll, most Americans don't think she should run. The survey conducted by PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist found that 54% of adults and registered voters in the United States think she shouldn't run for president in 2020. A third said she should run, while another 11% said they didn't know. The poll involved 1,350 adult participants and was conducted from January 8 to January 10.

    While most don't want to see her run, the same survey suggests that she would win if she were running against President Donald Trump. The poll found 50% would back Winfrey, whereas only 39% would vote for Trump and 11% were unsure.

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    This new national poll shows "majority support for immigrants" and "decreasing support for Trump." Only 40% would vote for a Republican in the 2018 elections while 51% would vote for a Democrat. Given a list of ten potential Democratic candidates for the 2020 Presidential election, respondents favored Joe Biden (28%), then Bernie Sanders (22%), Hillary Clinton (19%) and Elizabeth Warren (11%). What I think the Democrats need is somebody younger -- but who?

    USC Dornsife/LA Times poll reveals troubling numbers for GOP in 2018 midterm elections

    https://dornsifecms.usc.edu/news/sto...rs-for-gop-in/

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    Poll: Trump trails Biden, Sanders by wide margin in 2020
    AOL News, Jan 24 2018 2:46 PM

    President Trump could face a tough re-election bid against a Democratic challenger come 2020, according to a recent CNN survey. The poll conducted by SSRS shows potential 2020 contenders Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders beating the Republican president by a wide margin. According to the survey, former Vice President Biden holds a 57% to 40% lead over Trump, while the Senator from Vermont leads Trump by a 55% to 40% margin. The poll also shows entertainment mogul Oprah Winfrey beating Trump by a 51% to 42% margin, a survey result that comes after her fiery Golden Globes speech sparked speculation over a potential 2020 bid.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/201...2020/23342644/

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    A Democrat and former Secretary of State is considering running for President. Why does that scenario sound so familiar?

    Former Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly considering 2020 presidential run

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/poli...icle-1.3776918

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    Oh those crazy wacky kooky zany fans -- ya gotta love 'em.

    Oprah Winfrey says she's not running for President but her fans are undeterred

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politi...D=ansmsnnews11

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    Thirty-six percent of voters would vote for Trump while 44% would vote for a Democrat, regardless of who that candidate is. How 'bout that!

    Poll finds Trump would lose in 2020 against literally any Democrat

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/201...crat/23379396/

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