Quinnipac, the prestigious publisher of the Washington Post and New York Times, is offering readers a new series of books on the 2020 presidential race.
Quinnips book will feature articles and op-eds from the political journalists at The Washington Post, New York Daily News, and The Washington Times.
The books, titled “The 2020 Presidential Election,” “What We Can Learn from the 2018 and 2020 Presidential Elections,” and “A New Era of American Politics,” will be available at Quinnippos online bookstore beginning Monday, March 5.
In addition, The Hill will publish an article on the topic of the 2020 elections on its web site on Monday, April 1.
The Hill said it was adding these books to the imprint’s digital library because it wants to provide readers with a variety of perspectives on the future of the nation.
“Our goal is to provide as many voices as possible on topics ranging from politics to culture and policy,” the website reads.
“We’ve taken this mission seriously, and we believe that our goal is a healthy and vibrant democracy.”
The books are also being published in print and online.
Quilliam, the liberal think tank that hosts a daily online forum for liberal thinkers, released an article titled “Trump: Trump or Clinton?
The Real Truth about the 2020 Election.”
Quillam also published an article that discusses what it would take for Trump to win the presidency in 2020.
“The most likely outcome of the 2018 midterms is a Clinton victory, and Trump has every reason to believe that this will happen,” the article reads.
Quelliam has also released an op-ed titled “How the 2020 Presidential election could turn out the way we expected.”
The article begins: “There are two options for the 2020 election.
“In 2020, that means that Clinton will likely win the popular votes by a margin of fewer than 10 million, and that Trump will lose the popular-vote votes by more than 2 million. “
This scenario is also likely to happen in 2020, because it would make the electoral college less likely to change the outcome. “
In 2020, that means that Clinton will likely win the popular votes by a margin of fewer than 10 million, and that Trump will lose the popular-vote votes by more than 2 million.
If Clinton loses the election, she will still become president, and if Trump loses the electoral vote, he will still be the president.” “
But it’s still likely that Trump would still be president.
If Clinton loses the election, she will still become president, and if Trump loses the electoral vote, he will still be the president.”
This scenario is still possible, but the odds of Trump winning by more, or less, than the margin of the popular, will increase as the 2018 election approaches.
Quinnipacs website says the book is intended to help readers understand how Trump and Clinton might be viewed by the electorate in 2020 and provide a “tactical roadmap” for how to handle a Trump presidency in the next two years.