The entry of New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg into the Democratic Presidency of 2020 and former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is a sign that the Democratic Party is struggling, according to Matt Schlapp.
Schlapp told Laura Ingraham on Monday that the party's progressive wing and left-wing wing were divided.
"I think that's an SOS – that's a cry for help," he said.
DEVAL PATRICK CONSIDERS DEDICATING DURING DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT PRIMARY 2020
"There is a clear division among Democrats who believe that the Socialists simply can not make it and win in the parliamentary elections, and then "This kind of traditional Democrat ̵
He added that he considered the silence of former President Barack Obama on the 2020 field as a thought-provoking one stimulating sign looked good.
"Do you know what's interesting about it? Barack Obama is terribly quiet in all this, and I actually think there are a lot of people who have worked for Barack Obama and are looking for the soul Is this really the direction in which the Democratic Party should go? – The Squad – Bernie – Elizabeth Warren? "Said the chairman of the American Conservative Union.
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Schlapp added that Patrick's consideration and Bloomberg's are obvious The entry is also interesting because he sees the two men as a stake out on the same political trail as the former Vice President Joe Biden.
"That's the core of Joe Biden's strength – it's African-American voters in these later states," he said.
Bloomberg is considered a moderate Democratic candidate and Patrick, the first African-American governor of Bay State, is a political ally of Obama.
Patrick has previously ruled out a run earlier this year, but has since done so talking to party members and donors about launching a campaign.