They have not learned from their mistakes and are repeating them in 2020. This book outlines how they continue to cling to their liberal narratives and dismiss (and even insult) large sections of American voters.
Trump's populist message of America first and her exceptionalism continues to resonate.
A red hot economy, jobs, safety abroad, border security, improved trade agreements and greater access to the American dream. Trump has surprised his critics by deliverables on prison reform, empowerment zones for women and the HBCU initiative. These are the kind of successes that will drive his re-election in 2020.
Most of the experts still unpack the 2016 election from an urban bias. Until the prognosticators are open to perspective outside of their bicoastal bubbles, they will continue to miss the intent and voice of the electorate that stunned the world in 2016.
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Unpacking The 2016 Presidential Election
There was a seismic economic and cultural disconnect between the urban centers and rural and suburban America. Rural Americans wanted to work again. The flyover states felt the disdain from the coasts. Political correctness masked their cries for jobs, opportunity, and hope in the American Dream for themselves and their children.
Their potential energy became kinetic.
Millions of Americans who felt dismissed, disenfranchised, and disrespected, shocked the world and supported Donald Trump. This book identifies and unpacks key issues that motivated this electorate to provide one of the greatest political upsets in modern history. Issues that drove these voters to the ballots in record numbers, is discussed with data, research, experience and humanity. Hot button topics like Immigration reform (Build that Wall), Obamacare, jobs, the economic recovery, political correctness, the ideology war of values, make for an informed and fascinating read.
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Popular political and cultural myths, falsehoods and untruths are exposed with data and historical context. Victoria discusses over 10 hot topics such as: