How do you stop Trump from making America great again?
Conservatives are gearing up to fight Donald Trump’s agenda with the 2020 election, and their efforts are likely to include taking on Democrats and other progressive groups.
Trump has already been the most popular president in American history and has had a tumultuous two years.
But as the party tries to build on its winning successes in 2018 and 2020, conservatives have the opportunity to make a major play for the White House.
Here’s what you need to know about what the 2020 cycle has in store.1.
Who are the 2020 candidates?
As we reported earlier this month, there are several candidates in the race for the 2020 Republican presidential nomination, which is now a two-man race.
In fact, the party has four candidates running in each of the four congressional districts.
One of those, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, is the most prominent conservative on the 2016 presidential ticket.
His name recognition and fundraising power are unmatched among the contenders.2.
How do the candidates stack up?
The candidates have different styles and experience, but they share a lot in common.
They all have strong positions on social issues, have been influential in Congress and have a strong record in their states.
Most of the candidates are moderates, and most of them have been endorsed by the party establishment.
They’re also running in states where Trump won in 2016.
Most recently, there is a former congressman from Texas, Representative Ron DeSantis, who is running in the state’s special election against former House Speaker Jody Hice.3.
What’s at stake in the 2020 race?
A conservative movement is already strong in 2020.
They have a chance to reverse the historic losses they suffered in 2018.
This means winning a Senate majority in 2018, and potentially capturing the House and holding onto a majority in the Senate.
And it also means holding on to at least a third of the White Senate seats that are currently in play.
Conservatives have been successful at winning control of state legislatures across the country, and they have a significant presence in state and local races.
This will be a critical moment for the party in 2020 and beyond.4.
Who is the 2020 nominee?
If Republicans are to have a shot at winning the White house in 2020, they will have to fight to win over voters who are not conservative.
It’s a tall order.
But there are plenty of potential candidates who are willing to take on Democrats, progressives and the establishment.
These are some of the top 2020 candidates who could make a difference:A.
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson.
Johnson is running against Democrat Tom Barrett, a moderate Republican who has a long record of opposing Trump.
Johnson’s position on Trump’s immigration policies and his support for same-sex marriage have also drawn attention from conservatives.
He’s also running on the platform of repealing and replacing Obamacare.
He is the longest-serving Republican senator in the country.
Pennsylvania Senator Rob Portman.
He ran on the right-wing, populist platform of the Tea Party in the Republican primaries, and is also running against Barrett.
Portman is running on a platform of ending mass deportations, and he’s also an ardent defender of the Second Amendment.
He was one of the first Republicans to publicly support Trump’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline, and his votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act have made him a popular figure among Republicans.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
Christie is running for re-election in 2018 after a year in the Whitehouse.
He has supported Trump on immigration, and has made several controversial comments about his relationship with the media.
He also opposed the Keystone pipeline, which he called a “national disgrace.”
He has a history of opposing reproductive rights and gay rights.
He recently proposed a law that would force women who have abortions to undergo ultrasounds in the operating room.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry.
Perry is running as a candidate against Rep. Beto O’Rourke, a Democrat.
O’Bourke is the third-highest-ranking Democrat in the House.
Perry has been the governor of Texas for six years, and was the state governor from 2003 to 2013.
He backed the president on immigration and has spoken out against the Affordable Health Care Act.
He signed a bill in 2017 that would have allowed businesses to discriminate against LGBT individuals and employees.
He said in a statement: “There’s no doubt that the American people are tired of losing out on the economic opportunities and opportunities of the future.
They want the federal government to do more to help the middle class.
They also want to be assured that government won’t interfere with the private business owners in our state who want to compete for business in the global economy.
I’m ready to work with Congress to ensure that all Texans get the opportunity they deserve.”
Pennsylvania Representative Tim Ryan.
Ryan is running to succeed retiring Rep. Mike Turzai, who announced he is retiring in 2018 to pursue a 2020 run.
Ryan, who was a leading critic of Trump during the presidential campaign, was elected in the district of his district in