President Trump Gets His First 2020 Challenger

Joint Economic Committee member Sen. John Delaney, D-Md. listens as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies before the committee's hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2015. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

The next presidential election is still 1,194 days away, but President Trump already has his first challenger in the 2020 race.

“I’m running for President,” Maryland Democratic Rep. John Delaney tweeted Friday.

Delaney, a wealthy former bank executive who represents Maryland’s sixth district in the Washington suburbs but is not known nationally, was elected to Congress in 2012.

In a Washington Post opinion piece announcing his run for the Democratic nomination, Delaney cited the Democratic Party’s “recent electoral failures” and called for a “different approach — one that’s focused on the facts and the future.” Read more at Fox News.




  1. Just wondering… According to the New York Times, Trump won about 81% and Gary John & Jill Stein combined 4%. If Hillary won the 15% balance and Trump is removing the illegal votes, etc. how does any Democratic candidate expect to win the next election without illegal and dead votes, rigged machines and other frauds if they’re the minority?

  2. Wasn’t Martin O’malley enough? He was a smashing success against Hillary. What’s with these losers from Maryland?


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