Saturday, May 28, 2016

Daily Trumpeter: Energy errors, debate flip-flop, and Democratic unity

Trump's energy proposals are at odds with reality of global economy.

Sanders would like a debate with Trump - or any other Republican to get his message out. But he won't get the chance. Trump has flipped (debate) and flopped (no debate). The latest is no debate.

Will Democrats unify behind Clinton? Yes, according to a political scientist's analysis of 2008 and 2016. Here are snippets from Greg Sargent's Washington Post/Plum Line.

The California Democratic primary is tightening, and a Bernie Sanders victory on June 7th — while not altering the final outcome — would no doubt persuade him and his supporters to push for maximum concessions, perhaps all the way to the floor of the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.

But no matter how contentious things end up getting, Democrats are very likely to unify in the end. A new analysis by political scientist Alan Abramowitz explains why: Democratic voters really like Barack Obama, and they really hate Donald Trump.

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