April 30, 2018
“To the extent that the president is the leader of party and would like to see his party do well in the elections I’m not sure that this changes anything. The president might be upset with Tester but if he was doing he was job he’d be campaigning against him anyway,” said Rodell Mollineau, a Democrat strategist and partner at Rokk Solutions.
And, he said, it also reminds Democrats that none of them are safe from the president or his twitter feed.
“I think it’s a bad strategy for anyone to think the president has ADHD and might forget you’re running,” he said.Read the full article at ABC News