The American Conservatives article The Republican Party has an opportunity to make history.
This election is the first time in history that the party will have a president with a solid economic program and the ability to take on the most powerful Democratic president in modern history, Barack Obama, who will be running for reelection in 2020.
The Republican party will get a presidential candidate who will win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College.
Republicans will win, as it has every time since 1976.
But they will not have a candidate with a plan to actually get the economy back on track.
Republican candidates who have run for president before have been unable to accomplish anything beyond what the Democratic nominee has promised.
And Republicans will have the advantage in the Electoral votes because Democrats will be unable to win back the House in 2018.
This is an opportunity for the Republican Party to turn a corner and be the party of economic justice, and it will be an important time to start.
If Republicans can turn the corner and win, they will have created the greatest chance of winning back the White House in modern times.
We have a chance to turn that corner because Donald Trump, the current Republican candidate for president, is the only candidate in modern American history who has failed to do anything in his career to help the economy.
He has never raised the minimum wage, raised taxes, reduced regulation, and raised the federal debt limit.
He never promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
He did not promise to cut the corporate tax rate to 15 percent, to expand Social Security benefits, or to reduce student loan debt.
And he never promised a “path to citizenship” for undocumented immigrants.
None of that has been accomplished.
He is the antithesis of the modern Republican agenda.
In fact, he is so antithetical to modern Republicanism, he has the potential to become the next president of the United States.
Trump, for all his many faults, is uniquely qualified to be president because he has been elected to be the president of an economy that is growing faster than the rest of the world and the number of unemployed is at an all-time low.
He will be able to deliver on his promises to Americans and the American people.
His campaign promises to lower the corporate income tax, create jobs, and cut taxes for middle-class families will create millions of jobs and give the American economy a boost.
The fact that he is currently in the midst of a debate about whether he should run for the presidency, instead of focusing on a possible 2020 presidential run, should give voters a better sense of what the future of the Republican party looks like.
The Republicans who have stood by him over the past eight years have all been weak candidates.
Mitt Romney, the presumptive nominee for president who was defeated by Trump in the primaries, has been a weak candidate.
John Kasich, the governor of Ohio, who ran as a moderate but lost the nomination to Trump in a landslide, has not been a good candidate either.
Jeb Bush has not done anything to improve the economy and has not shown the kind of leadership that will lead the country forward in the next eight years.
John McCain, who was considered a moderate candidate and was not a popular choice among Republican voters, has never done anything but take his party down a political path that would be a disaster for the country.
Marco Rubio, who has spent his entire adult life trying to be a moderate, has spent the last four years running from a policy position to an ideology position.
The only other Republican who has shown the willingness to make meaningful changes to the economy is John Kasich.
Kasich has made significant policy changes, but he has never made a significant economic change that would actually help the American worker or the American middle class.
Trump will not be the only Republican running for president.
There are several other candidates who are running for the presidential nomination who have a realistic shot at winning.
Jeb Hensarling, the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, is a moderate Republican who believes in lowering taxes and reforming the financial sector.
Tom Price, the secretary of health and human services, is an economic populist who has fought to reduce regulation, increase competition, and increase opportunity.
Scott Walker, the former governor of Wisconsin, is another moderate Republican running to lead the Republican Governors Association and is trying to put his name forward to be governor of his home state.
Donald Trump has also made substantial policy changes that could benefit the American working class and middle class and create jobs for Americans.
He would cut the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $5.15 an hour and create a new tax credit for low-income families.
He also would reduce the number and size of tax breaks for businesses that pay less than $10 million in federal income taxes and make it easier for companies to sell their assets abroad.
All of these proposals would help the middle class, but none of them would be enough to reverse the downward spiral that the American labor market is on right now.
It is the greatest threat to the American Dream for working Americans. And