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On 02/08/2018 02:18 AM, Dene wrote:
>> You don't feel even a little foreboding when Republicans keep losing
>> districts that they easily won in 2016?
>> Or that Republicans are retiring in record numbers to avoid the next
>> election?
> When you consider the Dem leadership....No.
Trump is the biggest attention whore in the world, and as long as he is in
office he is going to ensure that he is the story. The midterms are going
to be a referendum on him, full stop. Anyone who thinks voters are going
to stop and seriously ponder Democratic policies--or anything else aside
from the fitness of Donald J Trump--is totally deluded. 

At the risk of stating facts, Trump's approval ratings are at historic