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Regardless of the 2016 Presidential election’s outcome, it’s likely the Republican party will look very different when we see new nominees in 2020. Remarks from candidates have a majority of Americans shaking their heads and wondering how party values were knocked askew.
Adam Goodman joined Charles Payne on Fox Business News’ Making Money to discuss how the GOP could change in the next few years.
“It’s not just anger and anxiety, it’s impatience,” said Goodman. “The American people are impatient with the fact that government simply isn’t working anymore and a lot of things in this country aren’t either.”
“This election is not about ideology, and it’s not about partisanship. It’s about leadership… people are testing out candidates on either side of the aisle, seeing who can measure up,” said Goodman “The bottom line for the party is good. I like competition. I think it’s good for the party that we’re struggling to find our new identity.”
“We have to find a way to lead in difficult times,” said Goodman, hopeful that this trying election will see a leader emerge.