Without much of a bench, the Democrats have nothing great to offer by 2020. W
Would Hillary have the energy for another campaign?
Ashley Biden said, “I hope so.”
However, she cautioned that he has not made up his mind yet and a decision on an actual run could be a ways off.
So that brings us to Michelle Obama.
Politico writes, “The Democrats face many obstacles in this effort, but the greatest threat is the fierce internal divisions within the party.
Two of the leading prospective presidential candidates, Sens. Kamala Harris
(D-Calif.) and Elizabeth Warren
(D-Mass.), have begun national fundraising operations. Former Vice President Joe Biden
has been busy building a national email list to communicate directly with his supporters, and Rep. John Delaney (D-Md.) has already announced his presidential candidacy.”
Douglas Schoen, opinion writer says “Democrats need an alternative plan to rebuild and unite the party if they have any hope in winning back seats in Congress in the 2018 midterms, nonetheless the White House in 2020.
This alternative plan requires a new, united opposition, led by a political leader with widespread popularity.
The only person I can see accomplishing this would be none other than the party’s most popular political figure: Michelle Obama.”
Read the entire piece and see if it doesn’t at least make some sense.