In a presidential election year when nothing is normal, the Democratic convention will feature Republican speakers and nominate a woman of color at the party’s vice presidential candidate.
As he emerges as full-time candidate, even his allies are nervous as the spotlight focuses more intently on him, his vice presidential selection, and his comments.
Trump’s self-destruction runs rampant in a White House stymied by chaos and infighting over a pandemic that now controls the presidential race.
Normally, the compliant GOP goes along with just about everything Trump proposes, even the most outlandish ones. Not this time.
Voters, particularly younger ones, can’t get excited about a 79-year-old candidate like Biden but their dislike of Trump overrules their reservations.
A Republican governor may speak to the Democratic convention and other members fo the GOP say they will vote for a Democrat if that is what is needed to get rid of Trump.
With polls showing a widening gap to overtake Biden, Trump rattles on with lies, confusing claims, and actions that finally have cause for concern and an increasing number of Republicans to doubt his veracity and competence.
Donald Trump tries to put his failures in dealing with the coronavirus on a back burner while his current re-election strategy is to divide America into a nation of whites and everyone else with the promotion of white supremacy and nationalism.