Vulnerable Democrats do not want to talk about Donald Trump anymore, as they seek reelection in 2022 to keep House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in power.
“Trump is a Republican problem and a Republican cancer that they need to cut out of their party,” she added. “But that’s their problem.”
Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) said she is “focused on substantive issues. Not just retribution for a failed, corrupt president.”
She continued, “I’ve never been obsessed with going after former President Trump.”
“Even when President Trump was president, people got tired of hearing about him,” said Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-NM), who won his seat in 2018.
“Trump puts his foot in his mouth more than anybody else. Let him do the talking. People are going to see him for what he is,” Luján said.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokesperson Chris Taylor echoed his