About the dearth of serious challenges to Trump – DLH

  • Hillary is a wretched person and a poor campaigner, but not alone!
  • Others of her ilk, Democrat (and Republican) are intent on walking in her footsteps (size 6 EEE)

Clinton meets individually with potential 2020 Dems: report 

Ed Note: Liz is gonna need more than one beer if she’s gonna team up with that Loser!

WASHINGTON — Elizabeth Warren’s team doesn’t want to talk about Hillary Clinton, but that doesn’t mean the 2020 presidential candidate isn’t talking with her party’s 2016 nominee.

The two women have kept a line of communication open since the Massachusetts senator decided to run for president — though only a conversation around the time of Warren’s launch has been previously reported — according to several people familiar with their discussions who spoke to NBC on the condition of anonymity because of the political sensitivity of private interactions.

And get this: (Via The Hill)

CNN and Axios reported Friday that Clinton has had private conversations with prominent Democrats such as Sens. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Cory Booker (D-N.J.), as well as others including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (D) and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D).

“People are direct in saying they want her support,” one source close to Clinton told CNN. “Others are reaching out.”

“Hillary wants Trump gone,” another confidant of the former secretary of State and 2016 Democratic nominee told Axios. “She doesn’t know who’s best able to beat him, but she knows about grueling nomination fights.”

Seriously, someone close to Hillary said  -“grueling nomination fights” —  that must mean  maintaining a straight face while the fix was in??

And . . . Democrats Can’t Even Be Original — They get  their lines from other socialists

NH Democratic Chair Mockingly Suggests Trump Is the Devil with a Lingering ‘Sulfur Smell’

On Saturday, New Hampshire Democratic Party chair Raymond Buckley opened his state’s Democratic convention by suggesting President Donald Trump is the devil.

Buckley said, “First off, I want to apologize. Two weeks ago, Donald Trump was here, and we did our best to get the sulfur smell out of here, and I apologize, but they’re still a lingering scent.”

The quip has been in the Demo song-book for a at least a decade:See the source image

From the BBC,  24 September 2009 :

“The Venezuelan President, Hugo Chavez, has told the United Nations General Assembly that its podium smelled more of hope than of sulphur, now that there was a new administration in Washington. 

“His speech before the General Assembly was his first since his appearance there in 2006 when he derided President Bush as the devil. 

“Mr Chavez said that with President Barack Obama in office, there was now a palpable new air of hope.

Intent on their day in the sun are a couple ~~ Republicans~~ 

Former Rep. Mark Sanford to challenge Trump in GOP primary

Better Keep Him Off The Appalachian Trail !

Hard to keep up with good ol’ Mark. In 2009 he had to resign from head of the Republican Governors’ association when it was learned of his extra marital affair with a South American woman. He also had to “resign” from his marriage of 21 years when it was revealed that he was with his girl friend when his office said he was hiking the Appalachian Trail.

In 2014, Mark also resigned from his ‘engagement’ to the woman.

And another Republican, Joe Walsh  — someone the two George’s could love —  George Will and George “not Kellyanne” Conway and that’s about it.  (picture not in original)

OOPS! The Wrong Joe Walsh…but maybe the ‘real’ one would be a better candidate.

With George Conway as your chief advisor, you’re more likely to be committed, than elected.

Washington (CNN*)  Former US Rep. Joe Walsh of Illinois said conservative lawyer George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, is informally advising Walsh’s 2020 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination, challenging Donald Trump for the presidency.

“I am honored to have his advice. I speak with him often. He’s a wonderful adviser,” Walsh said of Conway during an interview Saturday with CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield. “As far as any formal role with our campaign, I would only be so lucky as to have somebody like George Conway involved.”

Like Congressman Joe Walsh, “advisors” are where you find’em…under rocks sometimes…

*ed note: the go-to network for aspiring Republicans

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