Here are four candidates for 2020: Trump: He has built a campaign around a “America first” nationalist agenda that has alienated and alienated many white working-class Americans.
He has been at war with the media and with other conservatives in the GOP establishment, and he has refused to concede the election to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
His campaign is running on a nationalist message and a populist, anti-globalist platform.
He is likely to be elected president.
Sanders: The former senator from Vermont is a socialist who opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, and has been vocal in his opposition to free trade agreements.
Sanders has not won the White House, but he has been the most popular politician in the country.
He supports a populist economic message, including a plan to pay for college by taxing Wall Street banks.
He was also a presidential candidate in 2020, and his populist message has appealed to a new generation of Sanders voters.
He may well win the White Senate in 2020.
Clinton: She is a former first lady who ran on a platform of “fair trade,” a position that is anathema to a large swath of blue-collar voters.
She has been highly criticized for her handling of the investigation into the deaths of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, who were both implicated in the Whitewater real estate scheme.
Clinton has also been at the center of a number of scandals that have rocked the Clinton Foundation.
The Clinton campaign has been plagued by internal and external investigations, and the campaign is now struggling to raise funds and maintain its public image.
If she is elected president, she will face stiff opposition from the GOP.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.