Can they not find something original? The Democrats are trying to fundraise off of Donald Trump’s hat…copycats

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is trying to raise money for 2016 House races with its own version of Donald Trump’s infamous “Make America Great Again” hat.

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The DCCC’s hat comes in blue, and says “Make Congress Blue Again.” Unlike various outside efforts to troll Trump (“Make America Hate Again,” et cetera), the DCCC’s hat seems an earnest effort to appropriate a slogan that has proven the most effective of the cycle.

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Democrats, who need 30 seats to win the House, are ambivalent about Trump. Some boast that Trump would be the easiest general election opponent for Hillary Clinton; he is one of the only candidates with worse approval ratings.

The DCCC has let it be known that it intends to tie vulnerable House Republicans to Trump. “You can denounce his comments but that only means so much if you would still vote for him,” a DCCC official told Roll Call recently.

At the same time, Democrats are quietly worried about Trump’s ability to motivate disaffected voters to come to the polls.

In November, the Democratic Governors Association blamed “Trump-mania” for the surprise victory of Tea Party favorite Matt Bevin over Attorney General Jack Conway in the race for Kentucky governor: “Unfortunately, he ran into the unexpected headwinds of Trump-mania, losing to an outsider candidate in the year of the outsider.”

Washington Post commentator Jonathan Capehart has warned Democrats: “Trump’s support is deeper than we want to admit. And if we’re really being honest, we know his support doesn’t just reside within the Republican Party. Thus, Trump’s ‘I really don’t give a damn’ mien could prove dangerous to a Clinton campaign that prizes control.”

Via: Breitbart


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