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Why does the GOP have a hard time winning elections?

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The GOP’s problems in 2016 have a lot in common with its problems in 2013, when Republicans lost the House of Representatives and the presidency.

There’s no easy fix for the party’s problems.

Instead, Republicans have to figure out a way to get back into the House and get back to winning elections.

But the party has to figure a lot out.

And its going to take a lot of work.

As they say in the party, “work is never easy.”

We asked experts to rank the 50 most important issues facing the GOP right now.

1.

The economy and trade are on the rise.

While the economy has been improving for some time, President Donald Trump has been pushing the GOP to embrace a more populist and isolationist stance.

Trump has made a series of populist appeals, calling out the “trickle down” theory and accusing China of “raping” the United States.

These are issues that are important to the Republican base, but they’re not exactly new.

Republican voters have been seeing these issues for years.

Trump and Republicans have been focusing on them in their primary campaigns and in the general election.

So far, the GOP has largely failed to take advantage of this.

Trump won by a razor-thin margin over Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016 and was able to flip blue states such as Virginia, where he lost.

Republicans have had a lot to do with this, but Trump’s policies and rhetoric have had the biggest impact.

In the past few years, the economy hasn’t been able to pick up, and jobs haven’t returned.

And even as Trump’s presidency has been rocky, he hasn’t done much to reverse the trend.

Republicans don’t like to admit that they are on a losing streak.

So while Trump and his allies have been pushing for a more isolationist foreign policy, Republicans aren’t willing to stand up to him on these issues.

The Republican party needs to find a way forward that addresses these issues and gets the economy moving again.

But there’s not a lot the GOP can do right now, unless it takes a step back and acknowledges that the economy is a problem, and that the party needs a real agenda for the economy.

2.

The health care debate has stalled.

Republicans are having a hard enough time winning the House right now that they haven’t even had a chance to pass a health care bill.

The GOP has been fighting a primary challenge from Senator Ted Cruz, who has promised to repeal and replace Obamacare and make American sicker.

His primary challenger, Representative Tim Huelskamp, also promised to end Medicare as we know it, and has been a critic of President Donald Trumps health care plan.

The party is also struggling to get its health care agenda through the Senate.

Democrats have been trying to block the GOP bill because they are worried that it would cut off Medicaid and make insurance more expensive.

The Trump administration has pushed the GOP’s bill through the House without any problems, but the bill has yet to make it out of committee.

Republicans haven’t had a good shot at passing any major legislation in Congress in years, and they are desperately looking for any way they can to win back the House.

3.

There are still some big questions about Obamacare.

The Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010.

Republicans took the lead in crafting the bill, and the GOP now has the most conservative bill in decades.

In 2020, Republicans won the House for the first time since 1996, and Republicans held a majority of the House seats in the Senate for the second time in a decade.

The 2016 election marked the first year since 1968 that Republicans held both the White House and the House in the same general election, and President Donald J. Trump was reelected to a second term.

However, since then, Democrats have had to work hard to gain control of both chambers of Congress and to win control of state legislatures in a number of states.

The Democrats have a big advantage in statehouses.

In 2018, Democrats won more seats in state legislatures than Republicans.

However that hasn’t always been the case.

The Republicans are currently running their first midterm election since 1954, and there is still a lot that they still have to work out.

The ACA has had a profound impact on the health care system.

It’s led to some significant increases in premiums for Americans and created a new generation of expensive, high-deductible plans.

It has also forced some insurers to lower premiums, and created some uncertainty about whether or not they would offer individual policies in the future.

All of this is creating more uncertainty about what kind of coverage Americans want.

It is also creating more and more pressure for the Republicans to address the ACA’s problems as soon as possible.

But Trump has done a great job of focusing on other issues.

For instance, he’s been making calls to governors, urging them to keep more Medicaid expansion money flowing to states.

This has helped push some governors to take on more Medicaid funding and reduce their Medicaid enrollment.

But while he’s pushing for more Medicaid

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