It was a tale of two presidential shots.
Officially announcing her candidacy for a Democratic nomination in 2020 in Laurence, fading a city with a predominantly Spanish population, Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren announced the administration of Donald Trump as the most corrupt. The next day, in Minneapolis snow covered, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobucher refers to her midwestern roots, underscores her unity, and is placed as a tough but honest mediator, Trump's best answer to her name
There was a familiar debate: should the party seek a progressive fire flag or a moderate consensus builder?
The field is crowded and varied. Warren and Klobucher join Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (New York), Kamala Harris (California) and Cory Booker (New Jersey), as well as Hawaiian Congressman Tulsi Gabbard, South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigie, former mayor of San Antonio Julian Castro and former Maryland Congressman John Delaney.
Nearly all of them have pointed their progressive good faith in the hope of turning to an energized base. This is what some operatives say, leaving the "centrist" band open at a time when the party has to win working and independent voters who chose Trump in 201
At the same time, some argue that the debate on the alleged "deviation" Democrats on the left, as the President has consistently stressed, is a simplification that ignores the democratic electorate's desire to limit Trump to a single term. "The challenge for the Democrats will be to have a substantial, even heated one. a debate on progressive politics, while still reminding voters that the re-election of Trump will be a disaster, "said John Favreau, a former Barack Obama speech, whose The Wilderness podcast, looked at the rebuilding of the party after 2016