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Reverend Al Sharpton Wants to Be President in 2020
If you thought that the 2020 Democratic field couldn’t get any more crowded or bizarre, guess again. Al Sharpton – the world’s most dislikable reverend – has recently made remarks that suggest he may be considering a run for President in 2020. In an interview with Buzzfeed, Sharpton was asked about the possibility of him running for the Democratic nomination in 2020. In response, Sharpton replied, “I never rule anything…
Trump 2020: Not a Sure Bet to Win According to these Republicans
Most sitting presidents would likely cringe at the thought of someone in their own party running against them during a re-election bid. But, Donald J. Trump isn’t an ordinary president. During an exclusive interview with President Trump, Fox News’ Harris Faulkner said, “So you mentioned Ohio, so I’m going to bring up John Kasich and I’m going to bring up Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. Because they say they may run…
Oddsmaker Lists the People Most Likely to Win the Presidency in 2020
One prominent Vegas oddsmaker has released odds on who will win the Presidency in 2020. While the very top of the list isn’t all that surprising, there are some very surprising names a little further down. At the top of the list with odds to win the Presidency listed at +175 is Donald Trump. This is unsurprising given that incumbent Presidents are historically likely to win a second term over their much…

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