Democrats are still reeling from their loss in the 2016 election.

While Hillary Clinton is being used as a scapegoat for the big defeat, the Democratic Party is failing due to their own naivete.

Liberals are simply involved in their own interests regarding serving the needs of the American people– and it will only get worse as the 2018 election approaches.

The Democratic Party is currently stretched over the nation, with their key demographic and politicians focused on the coasts.

With the party stretched out thinly in the center of the nation, liberals are losing the interest of the American people as they feel ignored by the party.

President Trump ran a successful campaign not only because he was promoting a platform that benefited blue-collar America but also focused on the entire nation during his campaign tour.

Hillary Clinton key “blue-wall” states, such as Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.

President Obama is also to blame for the Democratic Party’s failure.

Democrats had a stunning loss in political standing under former President Obama.

76 Democratic House seats were lost, along with 13 Senate seats. Democratic governorships also dropped to a stunning low, second only to their devastating losses in 1922.

The Daily Caller reported:

“Well, the national Democratic Party, as you know, is defined as a bicoastal party and not as a national party,” said Dan Balz, the Washington Post’s chief correspondent. “It’s strong on the coasts and the leadership tends to come from the coasts and the message comes from the coasts. That doesn’t play as well through many of the states up for grabs in 2017, 2018 — 2018 in particular. So, there’s the absence of a kind of a message that resonates in some of these states.”

“I think also the fact is there’s no bench in a lot of these states for the Democrats. They’ve been wiped out in the state legislatures, they’ve been wiped out in many statewide races and so they struggle to find an attractive candidate they can put up in a statewide race like the governor’s race. And so one thing plays on the other and over the last 8 years it has been a wipeout and you know partly that’s been because there have been two terrible midterm elections in 2010 and 2014 and most of the gubernatorial races are in the midterm years,” Balz continued.

“You know, if you look back eight years ago, the Democrats actually had a majority of the governorships, but under President Obama, they got wiped out, and the absence of a bench makes it all the more difficult to find the right candidate who can win in those states.”

“There were two just massive Republican years: 76 house seats lost, 13 senate seats, as we’ve been saying, Steve Radner. also, the governorships are at an all-time low, tied with 1922. Dan is exactly right,” Scarborough concluded. “Their bench has been absolutely decimated.”

Senator Bernie Sanders, a presidential candidate in the 2016 election, even acknowledged the Democratic model is failing due to their shunning of the middle class.

The Hill reported:

“I think what is clear to anyone who looks at where the Democratic Party today is, that the model of the Democratic Party is failing,” Sanders told CBS’s “Face the Nation.”

Sanders cited President Trump’s win, the GOP-controlled Congress, and Republican victories in state legislatures as reasons why Democrats are in trouble.

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