Title pretty much sums it up.
The blue wave is inadequate in November and the senate stays with a Republican majority.
Trump is re-elected in 2020 running on a strong economy, low unemployment, and Republicans pissed off at tantrum throwing liberals.
How do you think the Democrats will proceed from there? What alterations in their strategy would you foresee or recommend?
Yes, you could debate the details of the presumptions, but those will be the major talking points of the Republicans regardless of how people choose to interpret the underlying facts. This is also irrelevant to the conversation at this point so let’s please refrain from making this another “Trump is an orange poopy head” thread.
What’s your strategy dealing with another Trump term with Republican dominated houses?