The “Trump, Plus 1” Model: How America’s Rustbelt will Elect our Next President, according to Political Expert Charles Denyer

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The President’s Path to Re-Election in 2020 – 3 Possible (two of which are very likely) Scenarios that Give Donald Trump the Edge over Joe Biden – and the White House for another four years.

Perhaps the answer to who wins Pennsylvania lies with Lochel’s bakery in Hatboro, PA (Montgomery County) who has been selling red “Trump 2020” and blue “Biden 2020” sugar cookies. The total cookie sale count as of October 27th? 18,241 red cookies sold to just 3,367 blue cookies.

As President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden dig in for the last remaining sprint to election day – November 3, 2020 – the pundits and political experts are out in force with their predictions. The crystal balls are clearer than ever – according to the “poll of polls” now forecasting a sizable Biden/Harris victory over Donald Trump and Mike Pence. The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed more than 206,000 lives in less than nine months. There’s still rampant civil unrest and rioting from coast to coast. And the economy is still in the doldrums.

How could any incumbent stave off such perilous conditions and possibly win re-election? Upsets have happened in the past (Harry Truman in 1948, Donald Trump in 2016) – and will surely happen once again – but if President Trump is to take the oath of office on January 20, 2021, it will be a direct result of stitching together the 270 electoral votes in one of three possible scenarios for the incumbent president.

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