The Democrat Party is in disarray.
Their recent “Unity Tour” was a massive flop that actually exposed more divisions than it helped to heal, the Party’s “bench” is empty of future leaders, and their current leaders are the most despised politicians in America.
On Tuesday, Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway appeared on Fox News’ Fox & Friends to discuss that dearth of leadership, and how President Obama recently underlined the fact that the Democrats were adrift on a sea of irrelevance.
Well is this like the red line in Syria? Look, President Obama reminded me yesterday [that] I have no idea who the leader of the Democratic Party is. Is it him, on whose watch they lost the White House, the House, the Senate, nearly 1,000 state legislative seats, lots of chambers and governorships? Is it Tom Perez who now actually has that title as leader of the Democratic National Committee but who was booed routinely through his profanity laced appearances last week on his disunity tour?
And I hear that and they’re all welcome to say what they want, but I think the Democratic Party is having a real identity crisis and I’ve noted in the past that two term presidents who leave office usually give great latitude and some time to their successors to actually get in there, legislate, put their executive orders, start chipping away at their own agenda and their own program and I hope the same courtesy is extended to this President.