All of this recent talk about Ukraine has had an unexpected and deleterious effect on the 2020 presidential election, and Democrats are beginning to take notice.
Throughout the entirety of his run for the 2020 Democratic nomination, former Vice President Joe Biden has been the frontrunner. His meteoric impact on the campaign doomed a great many of the 20-some candidate vying for the position, and, at least for some time, he seemed unstoppable.
Then his colleagues on the left decided that they wanted to pry into President Trump’s dealings with the Ukraine, opening up Biden and his family to a great deal of renewed criticism regarding their business dealings in the tiny European country.
Now, as the facts of the matter reemerge, Biden is slipping steadily in the polls, with Senator Liz Warren looking like the natural heir to the Democratic throne for 2020.
Even liberal television host Bill Maher can’t help but admit it on a Friday episode of his HBO program.
Maher said, “I like Joe. He’s never [been] my favorite, but if he’s the guy to beat Trump, I was like, let’s not kill him. Because if he’s the one — but I must say, my confidence that he can beat Trump is waning. He looks like a depreciating stock to me.”
This isn’t the first time that Maher has hedged his bets against the Democrats either, indicating that the progressive posse’s confidence has been mightily shaken by Donald Trump.
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