President Donald Trump spent his first campaign as an underdog, written off by the political establishment and down on his own chances on Election Night. But as he and his team gear up for re-election, they’re claiming an unfamiliar position: front-runner. Trump and his allies are exuding optimism about his 2020 bid, touting a strengthening economy, their organizational and fundraising head-start and a crowded Democratic primary poised to turn ugly. With the Mueller report completed and no GOP primary challenger gaining traction against Trump, many Republicans believe – and have started to act like – the president is the odds-on favorite to win a second term. ‘We’re confident, not cocky,’ said Sean Spicer, Trump’s first press secretary who now advises the pro-Trump super PAC America First Action. Trump will have a chance to showcase his growing assurance at a political rally in the Florida panhandle on Wednesday night. President Donald Trump’s re-election team say they are confident Trump is a front runner in the 2020 election, pictured at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin Trump tweeted that he is gearing up to energize his base at a political rally in the Florida panhandle on Wednesday night The sentiment is a… Read full this story
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