WHAT? Chris Matthews Gives A Warning To Democrats?

MSNBC host Chris Matthews is not one to take President Donald Trump lightly. Although he is susceptible to having tingly sensations in his legs, he does not get one of those around President Donald Trump. Mr. Matthews is insistent that the Democrats do not get to wound up in patting themselves on the back before the 2016 season is even started. 

Mr. Mattews paid attention to the President and remarked upon the quality of the speech. There are also some poling numbers that support Matthew’s points of concern. 

As Written and Reported Tony Lee for Breitbart: 

President Donald Trump’s speech in Pennsylvania on Thursday convinced MSNBC host Chris Matthews that Trump will be extremely tough to beat in 2020 even if Democrats take back Congress in 2018.

Matthews said on his Hardball show this week that though Democrats are giddy about potentially sweeping away Republican incumbents in the fall, a good year in 2018 does not mean Democrats can defeat the charismatic Trump if he remains on message about the booming economy and as disciplined as he was on Thursday.

Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released on Friday found that satisfaction with the economy is at a 17-year high, and “those feeling good about the state of the nation’s economy now include 86 percent of Republicans, 65 percent of independents and even a majority — 57 percent — of Democrats.” In addition, “39 percent of all Americans say they’re ready for an economic expansion for themselves and their families, the highest share since 2005.”

Matthews said he “watched every minute” of Trump’s speech this week, calling it a “barn burner” in which Trump “hit all the high notes—never a flat one.” He said Trump focused on minority employment numbers, did not get sidetracked and bigfoot his own message……

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Chris Matthews Warns ‘Giddy’ Dems: Trump Will Be Extremely Tough to Beat in 2020  – Breitbart

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