Almost from the first moment after he was elected, President Donald Trump has repeatedly dropped hints that he is in it for the long haul and intends to work from the White House to Make America Great Again over the course of the next eight years as a two-term president.
In that same time, Democrats have worked furiously to prevent Trump from even completing his first term, much less a second, which means that some are likely freaking out a little bit after finding out what Trump is doing now with regard to the future of America.
According to The Washington Times, Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign has already been kicked off with the launch of a newly-updated campaign website.
With Trump having been in office a little more than 100 days thus far, it is thought that this is the earliest a first-term president has officially launched a re-election campaign, though most prior presidents didn’t waste much time before getting started similarly themselves.
“It is unprecedented to start campaigning for reelection this early, but this is an unprecedented president, so I don’t think we should expect anything less,” said Ryan Williams, a Republican strategist, adding, “We’re in a state of perpetual campaigns at this point. The Democrats are already sizing him up to run against him.”
Donald J. Trump for President Inc. executive director Michael Glassner said the website would deliver “current and compelling information for all Americans about the president’s policies, his achievements to Make America Great Again, and his re-election campaign.”