Category Archives: Politcal Consulting

WHAT WE LEARN FROM A PRESIDENT BIDEN

David Morey of DMG Global – Full disclosure: I advised the winning Biden presidential campaign and worked indirectly with Senator Biden on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee back in the 1980s. And regardless of who you voted for, the Biden campaign … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Joe Biden, Politcal Consulting, Thought-Provoking Analysis, United States

‘Don’t know how this is going to look.’ Trump team grapples with an upended campaign

Francesca Chambers and Michael Wilner of McClatchy – President Donald Trump’s campaign is adapting its messaging and fundraising tools for the era of social distancing. But adjusting the core argument of his reelection bid – that the economy is stronger … Continue reading

Posted in Democrats, Donald Trump, Economics, Elections, Fundraising, leadership, Money in politics, Politcal Consulting, Politics, Republicans

Do we now know exactly how Donald Trump is going to try to get reelected?

Chris Cillizza of CNN – During Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night, President Donald Trump’s campaign launched a seven-figure national ad buy — a 30-second commercial touting his first-term accomplishments on terrorism, the economy and immigration. But … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Baseball, Donald Trump, Impeachment, Politcal Consulting, Republicans, strategy, Thought-Provoking Analysis, United States

Mississippi senate election runoff: Mike Espy hoping for a Doug Jones-style upset over Cindy Hyde-Smith

By Howell Raines, Former executive editor, The New York Times A Mike Espy win would prove that the anti-Trump tide that cost the GOP the House is now lifting Democratic boats in states even more conservative than Alabama. Joe Trippi, … Continue reading

Posted in Controversial, Democrats, Elections, Joe Trippi, Politcal Consulting, Political parties, Republicans, Senate

Trump allies want to turn midterms into ‘impeachment referendum’

By Niall Stanage of The Hill Influential figures close to President Trump want to make the midterm elections a referendum on his performance — and on his possible impeachment. The people advancing this view are mostly veterans of the 2016 … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Democrats, Donald Trump, Elections, Impeachment, Politcal Consulting, Political parties, Politics, Republicans, The Hill