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A lot of people are wondering whether Donald Trump will become the 45th president of the United States.

While his name is well-known among the general public, many people are still wondering whether he will be able to win the presidency.

Here’s a look at some of the major political players who could have a major impact on the race and the potential for a contested convention: 1.

Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein Sanders is a progressive and the only person in the race who is actually running against Donald Trump.

He’s running as a Democrat because he believes he can defeat the billionaire, who he says has run his country into the ground.

Sanders is the candidate of the left-leaning New Democracy party and is leading in polls.

The former Secretary of State has not endorsed any candidate so far.

He is hoping that his candidacy will attract people who are not so inclined to vote for Trump and is planning to raise a large amount of money for his campaign.

His goal is to raise $50 million by March 5, according to CNN.

This is a huge amount of cash to have on hand to get to the 2020 election.

But if he doesn’t get to that mark by then, he might have to look elsewhere.

Stein is a member of the Green Party who is campaigning against Trump and he is leading Sanders by a large margin.

However, it’s worth noting that both Sanders and Stein have never been endorsed by the Democratic Party, so they will not be able help him in 2020.

A Sanders win is still a long shot, but he might just end up doing a good job.

Stein and Trump are rivals, but it is not as if they are polar opposites.

Stein was born in Greece and moved to the United Kingdom in her twenties.

She graduated from Oxford University and is currently a law student at Oxford University.

She’s the first woman to hold a law degree in the United, and she has called Trump a fascist.

Sanders, meanwhile, is the son of immigrants from Russia and he has been campaigning on the issue of global warming for years.

He has also been outspoken on social issues.

He was an early advocate for Black Lives Matter and for gay rights.

Trump, on the other hand, has been a vocal supporter of Israel and has called for a ban on Muslim immigration into the United State.

Stein has a very liberal platform and she is very close to Bernie Sanders, which could lead to a potential boost for her campaign.

She is also very popular in her home state of Wisconsin.

However a Sanders win would put pressure on her to run as a third-party candidate.

2.

Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Warren is a former Harvard Law professor who is currently running for the Democratic nomination for president.

She has received endorsements from a variety of Democratic candidates, including Senator Cory Booker, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Representative Keith Ellison, and Senator Joe Manchin.

Warren has also become a darling of the progressive community in the Democratic party, which is something that her opponents in the party are looking to capitalize on.

Warren is one of the most liberal senators in the Senate, which makes her the perfect choice for the Democrats.

She received support from many progressives and has been endorsed several times by the progressive movement.

She recently launched her own media company, called First Draft Media, which focuses on grassroots journalism.

She will also have a huge impact on how Democrats in the 2020 presidential race are perceived and will likely become a major player in the political discourse in 2020, something that many Democrats in Congress will be worried about.

3.

Ben Carson Ben Carson is a retired neurosurgeon who is a staunch advocate for gun control and also voted for universal background checks in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December 2012.

Carson has been critical of Trump and his administration during the presidential campaign, saying that Trump is “not a very effective president.”

However, he has not given any official endorsement to any candidate, which may make him a perfect candidate for 2020.

Carson’s name is a bit controversial because he was not endorsed by either of the main parties in the 2016 presidential race.

He voted for former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

He also supported Bernie Sanders during the 2016 Democratic primary.

But since then, Carson has not publicly endorsed a candidate.

Carson is not a fan of the Republican party either, which has been criticized for its treatment of immigrants.

He would also be the perfect candidate to counter the Trump-ism that the establishment is currently doing, which includes demonizing immigrants and even suggesting that there are “bad apples” among them.

4.

Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton is a Democrat who has been the frontrunner for the 2016 election for many months now.

Clinton has been widely praised by progressives and her name has been floated as the front-runner for the presidency in 2020 and she certainly has her supporters in the establishment of the Democratic presidential nomination.

She also has a huge following among young voters, which will be an important part of her campaign for 2020, as she will be running against Bernie Sanders.

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