The Republican Party is facing a big dilemma: If it doesn’t find a way to nominate a Democratic president in 2020, it’s going to lose the Senate in a presidential election the next year.
This means that the party has no way to prevent Democrats from taking control of the Senate and the White House in the 2020 elections.
As long as Democrats hold the Senate, there’s no way that Trump and his Republican allies can pass their agenda through Congress.
As of Tuesday, Democrats had won control of both chambers of Congress, and Trump was set to sign the Senate’s ObamaCare repeal into law.
But the president has said he’s not going to sign it into law, leaving Democrats with the task of making sure Trump doesn’t follow through with a second attempt to repeal the law, which has been widely panned by conservatives.
This is where Trump’s presidency comes into play.
If the president does not win reelection in 2020 — and he could easily lose — Republicans will have to find a new way to deal with Trump.
As the new president moves forward, he will likely face a new challenge.
This includes making the case that the Republicans have lost the House, which means he will have a much easier time getting his agenda through the Senate.
This also means that Trump will need to use the executive branch to try and get his agenda done in the Senate — something that he’s had trouble doing for some time now.
And that means Trump’s chances of getting his ambitious agenda through both chambers will improve.
But even if Trump gets his agenda passed through Congress, the problem won’t be over.
As this article points out, there are plenty of other things that could potentially derail his administration: He could be impeached, for example, and it could put Republicans in a position where they would have to agree to a deal that would keep Trump in office.
Or Trump could be forced to resign over allegations of sexual misconduct, which would put Democrats in a tough position in 2020.
These things all come into play, and there are some pretty big unknowns surrounding the future of Trump’s administration that could make it extremely difficult for the president to get his legislative agenda through.
But this article by Michael Crowley, the deputy editorial page editor for National Review, is the clearest example yet that there is still a lot that could go wrong for Trump if he doesn’t get his way.
This article, which was written before Trump’s inauguration, shows that the new administration could make a big problem for Republicans: The Republican majority in Congress could try to pass a healthcare bill that is much less popular than the ACA, which will probably be unpopular.
And Republicans could pass a tax bill that would leave them in a much weaker position to pass any kind of tax reform.
These are the kinds of things that are going to make it difficult for Trump to get anything done, even if he’s successful in repealing and replacing the ACA.
This puts the Republican Party in a very difficult position in 2019 and 2020, which could make the party look very bad for years to come.