Illinois GOP Chairman Schneider thinks first Democratic debate bodes well for Trump in 2020
Illinois Republican Party Chairman Tim Schneider has declared a clear-cut winner in the first Democratic presidential debate in which 20 candidates lobbied for support from the nation's voters ahead of the 2020 election.
“I don’t know about you, but after listening to the debates, my clear winner was President Trump,” Schneider wrote on the organization’s website. “These Democratic candidates want open borders, the Green New Deal and an endless list of free programs (college tuition, child care, Medicare for all, including illegal immigrants, etc.). They are simply pandering to as many groups as possible to get votes, with no regard as to who is going to pay for all this.”
In contrast, Schneider argues, over his first two years in office, Donald Trump has consistently made the country stronger and safer by enacting regulatory reforms that have led to a level of economic growth never seen before.
“Let’s work together to do anything we can to see that he is re-elected and allowed to continue his great work on behalf of the American people,” Schneider said.
The party chair blasted Democratic candidates for promoting such policies as government-run health care at a cost of $32 trillion, support for open borders and no protections for human life, over their two nights of debate.
“I’m proud of President Trump for pushing back on all these ridiculous proposals,” he said. “On November 3, 2020, voters will have a clear choice and will remember that President Trump has delivered a record of results that have improved the lives of all Americans.”