In 2008, Hillary Clinton tried the unprecedented feat to become America's first female president. During the first campaign, it was clear that the country was not ready for another sex at the helm. Instead, voters decided to award the position to Barack Obama, the country's first black president. Funny Clinton's practice was crushed. There would still be no break in the glass ceiling. It was obvious that the party asked for her to queue up and look forward to the future.
In 2016, the "inevitable" Hillary, who had been patiently waiting for his real trip, saw that she would win. In the end, a strange mix of internal and external scandals and influences (her own e-mail server and an invincible opponent, just to name a few) led to her election fall. We have been told that she does not run to the office again.
The democratic field for 2020 candidates is crowded, to say the least. While former Vice President Joe Biden has been at the top of the polls since the start, others are getting something. One of them is Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., If numbers have improved in recent weeks. Warren is the highest polling female candidate. But even with its current momentum, Biden is still ahead with two digits.
Warren doesn't become president.
This may be confusing considering the gendered past wounds, but a shaken democratic party seems to have exchanged for making feminist history the main purpose of defeating President Trump. When it comes to 2020 candidates, Bid's name recognition, connection to Obama, and efforts to become more moderate in the issues is a better bet than another woman. And then it seems that the party that constantly smokes the Republicans to be sexist, returns to the security of what has previously worked for them: another male candidate. A recent study suggests this trend in "the party of diversity."
"A full 20 percent of democratic and independent men who responded to the study said they agreed that women are" less effective in politics than men. "And while 74 percent of respondents claimed they were Personally comfortable with a female president, only 33 percent thought their neighbors would be comfortable with a woman in the Oval Office Almost two out of every five democratic and independent voters (39 percent) said they believed a female candidate would have a harder time to run against Trump than a male candidate would. "
As they desperately look for an answer to the Trump question, the Democrats put away a desire to make 2020 break the famous glass ceiling. This time they will just have a clean victory.
Warren may be a current trend, but her campaign has many problems, and none of them is related to her biological makeup. Not only does she stand as academic and lecturer while standing in front of an audience, as David Axelrod said, but her politically heavy campaign is pure nonsense.
. @noahrothman : "God bless Elizabeth Warren to come out with a policy-oriented campaign. We're going to talk about problems rather than red meat. It's wonderful. The problem with her great ideas is that many of them are terrible. "https://t.co/M26rZngc0X
June 17, 2019