President Trump is almost guaranteed a second term, if election models are worth their salt, and they better be, since they’ve predicted multiple past election outcomes correctly.
Not only are election experts predicting that Trump will win in a landslide in 2020, but now they’re saying that three big swing states that voted Hillary in 2016 will proudly turn red next election to the tune of Trump making America great again!
According to Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale, those three states that he thinks are gonna go red for Trump are New Hampshire, New Mexico, and Nevada.
Take a look at this news that hit Twitter:
Here's more from The Hill:
President Trump’s 2020 campaign manager said the president would win a second term in an “electoral landslide” if the election were held today and predicted that Trump would win multiple swing states, including three he lost in 2016.
New Hampshire, New Mexico and Nevada all voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. However, Georgia, Texas and South Carolina, which Trump comfortably won three years ago, have reliably voted Republican for several consecutive presidential cycles and may now be in play in part due to a rise in the proportion of black and Hispanic voters.
Parscale added that Minnesota, which Trump lost by 1.5 points in 2016, is “right there at the margin of error.”
“I think that’s a state we have to fight for," he said.
Politico also had this to say:
President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign manager predicted in an interview with CBS News that the president would win multiple swing states, including at least three he lost in 2016, if the presidential election were held this week.
Brad Parscale, Trump’s campaign chief, said the president would win Georgia, Texas, North Carolina, Florida, South Carolina, New Hampshire, New Mexico and Nevada if the election were held this week. All eight are considered to be up for grabs, to varying degrees, in 2020 and the latter three were all won by Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016. and Trump won Florida by 1.2 percentage points and North Carolina by 3.6 points.
Minnesota, a state Clinton won in 2016 by 1.5 points, is “right there at the margin of error,” Parscale said. “I think that’s a state we have to fight for.”
The comments came ahead of Trump’s rally in Orlando, Florida, on Tuesday and were released in full on Friday, the same day Quinnipiac University released a poll that showed Trump trailing both former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in prospective general election matchups.