It’s Difficult Enough to Defeat an Incumbent U. S. President Much Less by Planning to Stay Shutdown-in-Basement


Ronald Reagan, a very strong candidate in 1980, was able to defeat the incumbent president Jimmy Carter who had a lackluster tenure to put it mildly, and Bill Clinton beat the incumbent president George H. W. Bush only because Ross Perot siphoned so many votes away from Bush, thus incumbent president Trump will probably trounce Sleepy Joe Biden who is far from a competent candidate and is signaling that he will work with the socialists to bring a Venezuela-style economy to the U. S.