President Donald Trump continues taking his victory lap around the ruins better known as the Democratic Party.
In one tweet, Trump poured another ton of salt into the gapping wound he inflicted on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) back on November 8, 2016, when he beat former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by the “yuge” electoral vote margin of 304-227.
Democrats are still reeling over their election night loss and are now stuck in an embarrassing intra-party struggle as former interim DNC Chairwoman Donna Brazile has outed Clinton and former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz of rigging the 2016 presidential primary election against Senator Bernie Sanders.
While Bernie Sanders asked his supporters to “feel the Bern,” it is now apparent that Bernie himself felt a much different “burn” from his very own political party and friends.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 8, 2017
Democrats across the country who are tired of losing, have latched on to the recent state level victories in Virginia and New Jersey, as well as a win in the St.Petersburg, Florida Mayoral race, as a sign of a imminent tidal wave of wins for them.
Historically, the minority political party has always done better against its majority counterpart in off year elections, but how do Democrats explain the Republican victory in the City of Miami mayoral contest?
Miami City Commissioner Francis Suarez (R) is now the City of Miami’s new mayor.