The political parties have been trying to win back the trust of voters for decades, and for good reason.
The Republican Party, after all, has led the nation for more than three decades.
But as it has grown in influence, the party has lost the support of most voters and has been losing voters overall.
In the 2016 presidential election, the Republicans’ base of support withered away, while the Democrats’ base grew.
Nowhere was this clearer than in the battleground states of Florida and Pennsylvania.
The GOP lost both of those states by double-digits.
What’s more, Democrats’ lead in the state of Pennsylvania narrowed from 12 points to nine points as of this week.
The party lost Florida by a margin of nearly three percentage points, and by a similar margin, it lost Pennsylvania.
In other words, despite a significant boost from the GOP in recent years, both the party’s base and the Democratic base in the states of Pennsylvania and Florida have been losing voter support.
This is the first time in decades that the Republican Party’s base has not been as strong as it once was.
This was certainly not the case for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign, which has enjoyed a long and solid Republican base and is expected to continue to do so.
It is possible that the loss of support for the Republican base is a consequence of a combination of factors, including the party losing its base to more liberal, progressive-minded candidates, the failure of Republican governors to expand Medicaid, the loss by voters of their faith in politicians, and a general decline in voter participation.
But the reason why the Republican and Democratic parties have lost voters is not because of Trump or any other candidate.
Rather, it is the result of the policies of the Republican leaders who control both parties.
The problem with Trump’s policies and his policies is that he has put the interests of the wealthy and corporations above the interests and interests of ordinary Americans.
This isn’t a partisan issue.
It’s a policy issue.
A policy problem can be solved by a different policy, but the Republican party has consistently ignored policy for decades.
It has not adopted a single policy to combat climate change, reduce poverty, or strengthen the middle class.
Instead, it has adopted policies that have made the wealthy more wealthy and have made it easier for the wealthiest Americans to evade taxes and dodge the burdens of our tax code.
The fact that Trump’s base is not growing and the Democrats are losing support is not a partisan problem, it’s a political problem.
It can be fixed.
The solution is simple: the Republican platform should be changed so that it offers policies that help working people and people who are vulnerable to economic hardship.
The Democrats have made clear that they are open to policy changes, but they refuse to put forward a new plan that addresses these issues.
That’s why Democrats are working with the Republican leadership to try to make changes to the Republican platforms.
If the Republican Platform were changed to include policies that would help working families and vulnerable Americans, it would be a win for all Americans, including those who have been left behind.
As Republicans try to win over the voters, they should be willing to look at how they can help people who have not had the chance to vote in years.
The only way to do that is to have policies that make the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes, that make it easier to work for the middle-class and the poor, and that improve the lives of working people.
The Democratic platform is not changing because of the election.
It isn’t changing because Democrats lost because of Donald Trump.
It changed because the Democratic leadership decided that it would not be a good idea for its leadership to address a problem that was being driven by Donald Trump, and the Republican side decided that they didn’t want to address the problem.
A change in the Republican campaign platform is a change in leadership.
It means that Republicans are not just responsible for the 2016 election outcome.
They are responsible for our future.
I hope that the Republicans are willing to listen to the ideas and proposals of the American people, and if the Democratic Party is not willing to do the same, then they are responsible to change their policies and go back to the policies that worked in the past.
We have to be honest.
It takes a little time for the parties to get to grips with new ideas and new policy ideas, but once they do, the change is immediate.
And if the Republican agenda can be improved, it will be for the benefit of all Americans.
We cannot let our party be hijacked by an extreme right-wing fringe.
The Republicans are in the process of making their platform better, and I look forward to the time when they will take it forward.
The American people deserve better.
Donald J. Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
His first order of business as President was to nominate Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch.
Trump has also been busy with other responsibilities.
He is the founder of the Trump Organization, the