The Republican Party has its own set of candidates for president and the Democrats have their own set too.
And now, the stakes are very high.
Trump has already won over most Republicans, while Clinton has struggled to win over independents, and the two candidates have been running in a tight race since the election of 2016.
But the stakes could go higher.
If neither of them can reach the 270 electoral votes necessary to win the presidency, they would effectively become the Democrats’ sole option.
And that could lead to a messy election that’s likely to turn into a bitter one.
The stakes are highIf the candidates lose, there are a number of issues that will likely be on the table.
They could choose to nominate a candidate who’s been a consistent critic of Trump, or to choose someone who would put their political future in the hands of the Democratic Party.
If they choose to pick someone who supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), it’s possible that Trump could find himself the Democratic nominee in 2020.
And if the candidates pick someone they don’t like, they could end up nominating someone who will likely win the election in 2020, or 2020.
The political stakes could also be much higher if either of the candidates loses.
They may be able to pull off a clean sweep of the states that matter, and even win in states like Pennsylvania and Florida.
If the candidates’ loss means a Trump win, they’ll likely need to pick a replacement candidate who can carry the country through 2020.
And if they lose, that person could be in for a rough 2020.
If either candidate does lose, Trump and his supporters will be eager to blame it on Russia, a foreign government, or a corrupt political system.
But if the loser can’t bring a fix to the table, the blame game could turn to a civil war.
And this could get uglyIf either of them loses, Trump’s supporters will likely want to blame the Russians.
That may be a reasonable argument to make, given the president’s penchant for lying, but it’s not a reasonable defense for his failure to produce an economic recovery that will benefit most Americans.
The stakes are just as high, and that could leave the Democrats with a lot to lose.
The economy is Trump’s No. 1 priorityThe economy could be a major issue for Trump.
He’s promised to bring back jobs to the United States and he’s promised a massive tax cut.
But Trump’s agenda is also very specific.
His first order of business was to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted to lower the costs of health care.
But he’s been much more specific about what he wants to do about other issues, like reforming the tax code and making the government more responsive to the needs of its citizens.
This means that, for the foreseeable future, Trump could lose some of his base if he doesn’t get his agenda in place, and he could suffer a lot if he does.
The president is going to have to do something to bring jobs back to the country and he can’t just hand them to Republicans, either.
This means that he’ll have to make a deal with the GOP, which may not be a good idea.
There’s no way to know how this will play out, but Trump’s relationship with the Republican Party is fragile and could end badly if he tries to do too much.
If the Republicans don’t get Trump’s economy fix, the damage could be much worse.
Republicans have to decide whether they want to continue with their current leader or take a shot at a new one.
And they’re not likely to get much of anything.
If Trump loses, Republicans will be left with two choices.
They can pick someone with a track record of delivering economic growth and tax cuts, or they can make a new president who won’t get a tax cut and won’t promise to deliver economic growth.
The choice is between a president who promises to deliver, and someone who delivers, or someone who promises not to deliver.