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Who will compete for Trump in the elections-2020

There are still two years before the US presidential election, yet the number of Democrats announcing plans to run is growing every day.

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Six senators have already entered the race, including Bernie Sanders, who already tried to be elected president in 2016.

In contrast, Hillary Clinton did not go to the polls for the second time. Abandoned the race and ex-mayor of New York, billionaire Michael Bloomberg.

“Although there could be no higher honor for me than serving as president, my highest duty as a citizen is to help my country with everything I can, right now,” wrote Bloomberg on Twitter.

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The billionaire admitted that he is more interested in “working up his sleeves,” rather than talking about his ideas, knowing that the Democratic Party may not nominate him for president.

“I’m confident I could beat Trump in the general election,” Bloomberg said. "But I understand that it will be difficult to win the Democratic nomination with such competition."

Democrat Hillary Clinton, who lost to Trump in 2016, also refused to participate in the elections.

“I’m not running, but I’ll continue to work, speak and stand for what I believe in,” she said on News 12. Clinton is the first and so far the only female presidential candidate in American politics from one of the two main political parties in the United States, which reached universal suffrage. In an interview with News 12, she said she did not think she would run for any elections again.

The last politician in US history who successfully elected to the presidency after losing an election was Richard Nixon. He lost to John F. Kennedy in 1960, but won the elections in 1968 and 1972.

“Clinton has confirmed that she will not run for president in 2020, she is giving up the third fight for the White House. Sorry, does that mean I won't have to compete with her again? She will be sorely missed! ” - President Donald Trump commented on Twitter on the refusal of the former rival from the race.

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In response, Clinton posted a gif from the comedy Mean Girls, where the heroine asks the question - "Why are you so obsessed with me?"

14 Democratic candidates announced their plans to run for election. BBC briefly talks about the potential competitors of Donald Trump.

Bernie Sanders

Vermont Senator, former presidential candidate in the 2016 election of the year, calls himself democraticallyм socialistohm

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Sanders in 2020 will be 79 years, and if he wins, he will be the oldest president in US history.

In 2016, he lost the Democratic Party primaries to Hillary Clinton, but since then he has repeatedly said that he will come forward again, and he kept his promise. He calls himself a democratic socialist and advocates universal health care and free higher education.

But Sanders can be a victim of his own success. He pushed the Democratic Party to the left three years ago and made rivals from former allies - Elizabeth Warren and Tulsi Gabbard. Unlike Clinton in 2016, they won't try not to attack him.

Elizabeth Warren

Massachusetts Senator, Wall criticсTret, another socialist

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Favorite progressive left, Warren in the Senate remembered promoting tighter regulation of the financial sector after the 2008 crisis. In the upper house of Congress, she vehemently interrogated Wall Street executives at hearings and criticized income inequality. Warren's main problem is expanding his supporter base. Massachusetts liberal professors are not attractive to all Americans.

Tulsi Gabbarд

Congresswoman from the state of Hawaii, veteran wars in Iraqе

A native of American Samoa of Polynesian descent, the first congresswoman in history to practice Hinduism. She served in Iraq for two years - from 2004 to 2006, and in 2012 she stated that she was always against the US invasion of this country. She also criticized the introduction of American troops into Syria, calling it "an illegal war to overthrow the Syrian government." In January 2017, she met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, for which she was criticized. Democrat from the progressive camp, supported Bernie Sanders in 2016. Criticized “homosexual extremists,” but then began supporting same-sex marriage. She spoke out against abortion, and then for them.

Kamala harris

California Senator, Rising Star

Harris could be the new face of Democrats. The daughter of immigrants (father from Jamaica, mother from India), the only black female senator, has consistently supported the Liberals in Congress. At the same time, with experience of work as the Attorney General of California. However, it is precisely for this part of her career that Harris' opponents may have questions - she failed to reform the state's criminal system.

Amy clobouchard

Minnesota Senator, Lawyer

Another former prosecutor showed cold-blooded professionalism at the hearings to confirm Brett Cavanaugh's candidacy for the position of Supreme Court judge - he was accused of sexual harassment. She positioned herself as a person capable of “resisting and not being disgusting,” but she herself was accused of insulting her subordinates.

Cory Booker

Senator from New Jersey, a gifted speaker

If the presidential race were an eloquence competition, he would have won. Booker knows how to walk energetically around the stage, saturating every word with emotion. He has something of the magical charm of Barack Obama. Booker is a fundraiser and knows how to work with Wall Street donors, but his closeness to New York and big money is suspicious of left-wing Democrats.

Julian Castro

The man from the Obama team

Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Barack Obama administration, former mayor of San Antonio, Texas. Not the most convincing speaker, does not hold an elective position, does not have a huge reputation - unlike other applicants. Of the pros - Mexican origin and age - 44 years. Democrats are trying to attract Latin American voters and young voters.

Kirsten Gillibrand

Senator from New York, mother of two children, activist of the movement #MeToo

Promises to “fight for the rights of other children as bravely as for those of our own.” Already angered Democrats by calling for Senator Al Franken's resignation amid accusations of sexual harassment. Hillary Clinton's supporters were pushed aside by her criticism of Bill Clinton's behavior during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. By these actions, she hurt herself, although she acted in accordance with her feminist rhetoric. She could be helped by the 2018 wave of voting for women, thanks to which there are now a record number of women in the House of Representatives.

Pete Buttidzic

Mayor of South Bend, шtat indiana. Outdoor gay

Millennial Candidate. He served in the navy. Veteran of the war in Afghanistan. He was first elected mayor when he was not yet 30. He leads a city with a population of less than 100 thousand people. He promises that his generation will be the first, "which in material terms will not live better than our parents - if nothing changes."

John delhery

The son of an electrician, entrepreneur, was a congressman from Maryland for six years.

Announced participation in the 2020 campaign of the year back in July of 2017. Calls for interparty cooperation Republicans and Democrats. Considering how much they are divided between themselves now, the tactic is not the most successful.

Marianne Williamson

Writer with millions subscribers on Twitter

The bestselling author and charity executive is proud to be read by TV host Oprah Winfrey. She has a chance to realize her plan to "look deeper into the issues that the United States faces as a nation" - if Oprah Winfrey herself does not go to the polls.

Эндрю Яng

Taiwanese entrepreneur

He announced his presidential ambitions back in November 2017. A tech businessman, offered the US government $ 1000 a month to all Americans between the ages of 18 and 64 as basic unconditional income. This was supposed to be a "safety cushion" in the event of a reduction in the number of jobs due to automation. The success of his campaign depends on whether he can convince the Democrats of the correctness of his ideas.

John Hickenlooper

Former Colorado Governor, Moderate Democrat

Calls himself "antidote to Trump." Coming from business, politics for him is “the art of the possible”. He sees his achievements in Colorado - tightening arms control, expanding health insurance, protecting gay rights - as the result of inter-party cooperation between Democrats and Republicans.

Jay insley

Washington Governor, going through because ofand climate change

While still a congressman, he spoke a lot about the problems of global warming and the environment. He announced his presidential nomination at a plant for the production of solar panels. Fights Trump's policies in a single state - expands health insurance, increases the minimum wage, and introduces paid sick leave.

Who has not yet decided

Some of the most talked about presidential candidates still keep their plans a secret.

Former US Vice President Joe Biden, who worked in the Obama administration, is still considering running for office. Of all the democrats, he is the most famous and could become a favorite race.

Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke has not yet announced whether he will join the presidential campaign. O'Rourke spent a bright race for the seat of the senator from Texas, but lost to Republican Ted Cruz. The former rock musician was called the rising star of the Democratic Party, and analysts compared him to Kennedy, then to Obama.

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