“We are the new majority,” the slogan of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, now one of the central themes of the 2020 election campaign.
The Trump campaign also emphasized that they would be the first to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the US, as well as “re-energize” the economy and build up the military.
These were among the core messages of Trump’s presidential campaign, and the campaign’s slogan remains the cornerstone of Trumpism.
But now, as Trump’s party faces a wave of discontent with its presumptive nominee, the Trump-led party is in a battle with itself over whether it can turn the tide of Trumpmania in a positive direction.
“The Republicans are doing a very good job of explaining why Trump was wrong, and it is going to be a long, hard slog,” said Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia.
“I think the party is taking on a huge challenge, and I think the Republicans need to be prepared to fight tooth and nail.”
The Trump-dominated GOP faces a tough challenge to regain control of Congress in a midterm election.
The party’s control of the House of Representatives is only 13 points, and even if Republicans control the Senate and control the White House, the GOP would still need to win control of states to retake the White Congress.
The GOP’s electoral strategy is designed to win the presidency by flipping the House from Democratic control to Republican control.
But the party’s strategy for winning back the House has a huge disadvantage: The party has lost control of every state where Trump lost the popular vote, and a majority of those losses have come in red states, including Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona.
The Republicans have a slim margin of victory in states like Texas, New York and Pennsylvania, but they’re also losing in key swing states like Iowa and Florida.
The result is a big obstacle for the party, which needs to win over voters in swing states that are crucial to its hopes of winning control of both chambers of Congress and the White Senate.
“Trumpcare is a disaster for the Republicans,” said former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who now runs the Republican Governors Association.
“They’ve gone into a deep hole with a massive loss of control of their state governments, and Trumpcare is the best chance they’ve had of winning back a House majority.”
The GOP is also facing a problem: Trump won the White Court with a popular vote victory, but it wasn’t enough to pass a sweeping bill that would have provided health care coverage to nearly two million Americans.
The measure failed to win enough votes to get to the 50-vote threshold necessary to pass the GOP-led House.
And that failure is hurting the GOP’s chances in a state where Republicans hold a 20-seat majority in the Senate.
The loss of the popular-vote margin means that Republicans are likely to need to score a narrow victory in the state to regain the House.
In 2016, Democrats won nearly 50 percent of the states that went to the polls.
That is about the same percentage that Trump won in 2020.
But Republicans are struggling in states where they won in large numbers.
“There are so many different states that have so much potential,” said Steve Schale, president of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report.
“It’s a very big problem for the GOP.
They need to figure out how to win in a lot of states.”
One key strategy for the Trump team to regain power in the House would be to win back control of state legislatures.
The House is controlled by the party with the most seats, which is the GOP, and Republicans hold nearly 60 percent of state legislative chambers, according to a study published last month by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
The study found that Republicans controlled only 20 states in the 2016 election, but control of all 50 would require the GOP to lose more than half of the seats.
Republicans need at least 30 seats to regain a majority in both chambers, and to retake control of either chamber, they would need to pick up at least two seats in every state, according the report.
“If they want to win elections in 2020, they have to win more states than Democrats, and they are going to have to do that,” Schale said.
Republicans also have to make some gains in the presidential race.
The candidates in the GOP presidential race are in a unique position.
Trump won about two million more votes than his nearest rival, former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush, in the November election.
But Bush lost more states in November than Trump did in the general election.
So Trump has a big advantage going into 2020, but he has a lot to prove if he wants to win a second term.
And he has to overcome the Democratic Party’s long-standing advantage in state legislative races, which can skew the electorate in their favor.
A recent poll from the nonpartisan Public Policy Polling found that Democratic candidates won 59 percent of their primaries