The Democrats are trying to take back the House, but their chances are slim.
A look at where the Republicans stand.
Trump is an unpopular man who has a long record of insulting and bullying other Americans, and that doesn’t sit well with the American people.
It’s hard to find a Republican who believes Trump has done the right thing and will do the right things for the country.
So, they’re running for the hills, but in doing so, they’ve put their hopes in the people they don’t trust.
And that’s a big mistake.
The fact is that Trump is unpopular with his base, which is a majority of the population, and it will be very hard for Republicans to win the House in 2020.
The Democrats have a chance to take the House and win back the White House in 2018, but they need to beat Trump in a way that’s different from 2020.
They’ve spent years trying to get Trump to do things, but the president has consistently refused to follow through.
They could be looking to move the clock back to 2020 and get their man.
They need to win back a majority in 2018 and then use that majority to push Trump to take bolder and more aggressive steps in his fight against the Democrats and President Trump.
They can do that by holding a special election in 2018 in Georgia to replace retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
The Republican Party has lost an electoral college majority for the first time since 1992.
The 2018 midterm elections are the only elections in the country that are open to all voters, and they’re being held in states that are very conservative.
Republicans will need to show up and make a big show of voting for the candidates who will help elect them.
That’s the best way to make 2018 an even bigger year for Republicans, as it will give the party a boost in 2020 and allow it to start to turn the page on the Trump years.
It’ll be hard to make the case for the GOP to take on Trump if he’s not willing to work with them.
It won’t be easy for the Republicans to turn their attention back to the 2018 midterm election, as the next general election is coming up in 2020, and the 2020 congressional elections are a year away.
In other words, it’ll be a long process to turn things around.
Democrats can be counted on to have their hands full fighting the Trump agenda.
And the Republicans need to focus on taking back the Senate and keeping the House.
Democrats need to get some of their base energized.
The Democratic Party has been under immense pressure from voters to make a change in 2018.
If the Democrats lose seats in the House next year, they’ll have lost their only chance to regain control of the House from the Republicans in 2020 because Republicans can’t win the White Senate.
But if they win back control of both chambers of Congress in 2018 — and they have a good chance — they’ll be in a position to try to make significant progress on their agenda and to make Trump feel as badly as possible.
They’re going to need to build a ground game to win a Senate majority, which could be difficult given the current climate.
They’ll need to make up some ground and win seats in states with relatively liberal demographics, like Georgia and North Carolina.
That will require a lot of hard work.
And Democrats will need a strong candidate with a proven record of accomplishment.
They don’t have many of those.
That means Democrats will have to pick their battles carefully in 2018 as they try to build up their base of supporters.
Republicans need a solid ground game, and Democrats will be looking for a candidate with an outstanding record of winning races.