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On a day when President Donald Trump unleashed a Twitter storm that senselessly attacked his own attorney general, among other targets, the future might seem to be so bright for Democrats that they ought to be wearing sunscreen.
But as history shows us, you should never underestimate the Dems’ ability to snatch defeat out of the jaws of victory. Just ask Hillary Clinton.
After Trump’s surprising upset victory, Democrats are left with a White House and Congress controlled by Republicans — and too many voters with a confused sense of what or whom the Democrats stand for.
So it was with the fierce urgency of next year’s midterm elections that Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) took a group of his fellow party leaders across the Potomac to Berryville, Virginia, a town of 4,000 in a county won handily by Trump, to unveil a rebranding of the party.
Their big message: It is not enough to have Trump to run against; Democrats need to offer…
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