The left weighs in on how the right will do in midterms, presidential election

Think there is no chance that the Republicans will keep the House in 2018 – or the White House in 2020? May want to think again. A roundup of editorials Wednesday takes a look at the issue.

Opinions from the left:

How Republicans can win the midterms

From Politico: It’s an uphill climb for the GOP, but they could hold on to the House in 2018.

How Trump wins reelection

From The New Republic: A one-term president? Probably not. In fact, there’s a decent chance we will be looking at 7 more years of this.

Dianne Feinstein rebuff is Democratic left's gift to Republicans

From Bloomberg/Quint: Casting Diane Feinstein aside, as Democrats seem to be doing, will certainly be appreciated by Republicans in the coming elections.

Is conservatism dead? Many on the right don’t think so.

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