SE Cupp on 2020 hopeful: This isn’t a great sign

SE Cupp on 2020 hopeful: This isn’t a great sign
SE Cupp on 2020 hopeful: This isn’t a great sign
Only 541 days to go with 77 weeks left until the 2020 election believe it or not, is still expanding, not whittling down Montana Governor Steve Bullock, presidential run today promising he’s the only Democrat who can win the support of Rural America, so 21 candidates may become 22 And that’s not just 22 candidates fighting for the same primary voters. Its is fighting for the same media attention fighting for the same top campaign, personnel and 22 candidates fighting over the same donor dollar to have any chance of winning the nomination Democratic hopefuls. We’Re always go. I have to distinguish themselves from the rest of the pack early and often for front-runners like Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders. This was achieved through name recognition for others like Senator Elizabeth Warren and arp has been sticking out a unique political Niche, but for summer Kamala Harris standing out from the crowd has proven a bit more difficult. Despite a smooth, rollout and promising start to her campaign. In January, at Heavenly watch CNN all and impressive opening-day fundraising numbers. The latest CNN poll shows her running in sixth place, roughly the same middlings Edition she’s occupied since she announced her candidacy. She said: that’s partly our fault set the media and pundits focus too much on this idea of electability the conversation she said too often suggest certain voters will only vote for certain candidates, regardless of whether their ideas ideas will lift up. Okay. The only problem is, voters agree with us. In the latest Quinnipiac poll, only 2 % say Harris can beat Trump, that’s 2 % of democratic voters and when controlled for only women, Democratic voters, non-white Democratic voters, the answer’s, the same 2 %. You can say electability shouldn’t matter, but that’s kind of The Whole Bowl game. So what else could explain? The lack of momentum in his campaign count sheet connect with people on the trail. She’S got an impressive resume and a very compelling backstory in Congressional hearings. She’S made quick work of her opponents and it’s almost too tempting to imagine her taking on Trump in a general election size for being too cautious, too vague to wavering, cheaper, seem to want to occupy a more moderate Lane wasn’t long before she was extending Olive branches To the progressive left port for reparations, the green New Deal and legalizing pot she’s just come short of calling for ice to be abolished, saying and said. We need to probably think about starting from scratch at one point she for eliminating private insurance, but then her press secretary said no no she’s open to allowing people to keep their private Health Plans. President Trump has expressed both admiration and discussed with her back in January. He called her the toughest candidate he called her nasty she’s, been primarily sticking to ideas over the past few months, but is resetting her campaign now, with a new sharpen focus on Tron. Here’S the deal, isn’t a great sign in publishing the kiss of death, for any publication is the dreaded redesign it’s a last-ditch. Effort to save would probably can’t be it’s the beginning of the end, a desperate plea to readers. That says we know you were reading, but what, if we make ourselves completely unrecognizable will likewise in electoral politics a reboot isn’t usually a sign that you think things are working. You also looks kind of equivocating and unsure strong Canada, South Carolina and home state of California. Early in the primaries important W’s on the board, along with Bernie Sanders, she’s making up nearly half of the primary candidates, social media footprint, she Joe Biden, Sanders and Elizabeth Warren 4. More than half the fields news media mentions that’s more than people who judge and more than Beto O’Rourke. So she needs to zero in on a strong message that that’s her apart and then just stay the course
CNN’s SE Cupp discusses Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris and what she needs to do to stand out in the crowded candidate pool. #CNN #News

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