Trump Gives Pelosi’s Party A “New Name”

Nancy Pelosi
^Bug-eyed mad woman.

On Tuesday evening, President Trump gave America a preview of the campaign tactics he plans on using to help Republicans compete in the 2018 midterm elections. During a speech with wealthy GOP donors, Trump divided Democrats into a few camps.

During his speech, the President repeatedly referred to “Pelosi Democrats” – those extremist and partisan Democrats who’s vote belongs to  the arch-progressive Democratic Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi (D -CA).

He went on to elaborate, “These days there are no such thing as a Blue Dog Democrat, a red state Democrat or a conservative Democrat because they are all Pelosi Democrats,” referring to Nancy Pelosi, the House Minority Leader (Democratic – California).

“Weak on crime, weak on terrorism, and weak on national defense,” President Donald Trump said of his rival party. “Democrats like to campaign as moderates but they always govern like radicals.”

The president promised that in the upcoming months, he would stand for the Republicans.

“That is why I am going to campaign all across this country to elect Republicans so that we can reduce taxes further, reduce crime, increase jobs, and make our communities safe and prosperous and secure,” President Donald Trump said. “Our opponents are fielding the most candidates they’ve ever had in a quarter century. Many have not held office before, which means it will be easier for them to conceal their true beliefs.”

“That’s why we must tell the truth over and over again. A vote for a House Democrat is a vote for higher taxes, open borders, and the destruction of American jobs and American wealth. It’s also the destruction of the American dream,” President Donald Trump further continued.

President Donald Trump advised the Republicans about becoming unworried and relaxed in the upcoming elections.

“For some reason when a party wins the presidency…what happens is they lose two years later,” President Donald Trump said.  “It’s called complacency.”

“We cannot be complacent. We can’t. We have so much to gain, and this country has so much to lose.”

Democrats and Republicans all over the United States of America are starting to prepare and get ready for the upcoming midterm elections scheduled to be held in November 2018. This upcoming 2018 midterm elections will frame President Donald Trump’s first two years of his presidency.

A Wall Street Journal/ NBC News poll reported that around 50 percent of the voters stated that they would prefer to vote for the Democrats, while about 40 percent stated that they would favor the Republicans.

Although the recent polls have shown that, the Democrats seem to have some dominance over the Republicans while going into these midterm elections, Sarah Sanders, White House’s press secretary said:

“We’re not concerned. Right now, we think we’ve got a great story to tell after the first year of being in office, and we look forward to communicating that to the American people and continuing to push the President’s agenda,”

Kevin Nicholson, once Head of the College Democrats of America, but now campaigning for a Senator as a Republican in Wisconsin said:

“I saw the Democratic Party from the inside and saw the way that the party racially and ethnically balkanizes our country and encourages people to turn on each other and to look at each other as competing interests and not as fellow Americans.”

Candice has almost 20 years of experience reporting for various conservative publications. When she's not writing, she enjoys being outdoors--especially camping, hiking, and hunting. She lives in Harrisburg, PA, with her husband.