- "I think it's possible that Trump will win reelection, but it's also possible unlike previous Incumbent Presidents that Trump could lose reelection. The Republican Party as a whole is in such a miserable shape, the Republicans may not win back the House of Representatives, in the U.S. Senate, the party could lose seats (but not enough seats to lose the Senate) to the Democratic Party, and the GOP could lose more seats in state and local elections. "
- —Garrett Bailey's speculation of the 2020 elections[src]
Chawosauria will be highly active in the 2020 United States Presidential Election by 2019-2020. By January 1, 2020, Chawosauria will fall to a new leadership after the 2019 elections.
The President of the United States as of 2020 is Republican Donald Trump. Donald Trump at this point in March 2019 is having reelection issues to overcome, his failing trade wars, lack of success in calming down tensions between the U.S. and North Korea, his border wall not being build nor paid for by Mexico as was previously planned, and his popularity still fails to improve up to over 50%. Trump recently lost his Republican Trifecta by losing the House of Representatives to the Opposition, Democratic Party, by 41 seats, the worst loss of seats suffered by a Republican President since Gerald Ford in 1974, despite a wider majority in the U.S. Senate.
By November 3, 2020, it is unknown who the Supreme Leader of Chawosauria would be. Abooksigun Eluwilussit was leading Chawosauria on November 8, 2016, four years ago. Degotoga K. Atagulkalu was leading Chawosauria during Trump's first mid-term election on November 6, 2018.
Trump was elected in 2016 by a surprise result during the leadership of Abooksigun Eluwilussit as Supreme Leader of Chawosauria, and Garfield Baldwin as Prime Minister of Chawosauria, and a Communist Party-controlled Chawopolis Palace.
Trump recently lost his Republican Party trifecta government in the 2018 midterm elections, keeping the Senate for his party in a bigger margin by 2 seats, but losing the House of Representatives to the Democratic Party by 41 (possibly 42) seats, which was the worst loss of seats suffered by a Republican President since President Gerald Ford in 1974.
It is still possible that Trump can get reelected, but in a trickier position, Trump's approval rating is still way under 50%, his trade wars with China, Canada, and Europe are destroying many of America's farming industry, North Korea still a nuclear power and a potential threat to the United States, and the possibility that the Democratic Party will forge a smart populist candidate to face Trump in 2020. In the way America voted in the 2018 elections, the 2018 electorate is not friendly to Trump's reelection, in the Senate, the House, and the Governorships, the Republicans failed to win the popular vote in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, three of Trump's critical states yet three states that has a recently long history of voting Democratic in recent presidential elections, and the Republicans losing ground in the American Southwest, which indicates that the Southwestern United States' 2018 voting attitudes threatened to replace the Midwest as a winning region for the Democratic Party.
Trump's struggle are Independents, Suburban Voters, Young Voters (although this group aren't as active as older voters, they're going increasingly Democratic, which it's deemed as a threat to the Republicans), and Trump will have a weaker advantage at winning the popular vote regardless who the electoral college elects, and regardless if Trump has an incumbency advantage or not, Trump's Republican Party is in much weaker shape than Trump, it is highly unlikely the Republicans will back control of the House of Representatives, the Republicans might lose seats in the U.S. Senate (possibly not enough to lose the Senate luckily), and the Republicans might lose more seats in state and local elections in 2020, and if Trump does get reelected, 2022 might be a bloodbath midterm election for Republicans.
Chawosauria's Role Edit
Jonathan Sidney MacCarthy III will be the Prime Minister of Chawosauria through the 2020 U.S. presidential election, but it uncertain who will be Supreme Leader until after the 2019 federal election. It is also uncertain what party will control the Chawopolis Palace until after the 2019 legislative elections.