Democratic National Convention Roasted by Trump Aides

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Tuesday marked the second night of the Democratic National Convention.
During the convention, several speakers have given remarks with more to come during future nights. Michelle Obama, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders, Stacey Abrams, etc., are just a few Democrats to share their remarks.

While the words of various DNC speakers have varied, the message is ultimately the same. Democrats continue to sell to the American people the notion that Trump is such a terrible president and that electing Biden into office will solve challenges that America faces.
However, Democrats are having a tough time convincing Americans of this.
People across the nation have taken to social media to criticize the Democratic National Convention as boring beyond belief; yesterday, aides of President Trump joined Americans in their assessment, according to Fox News.

Why Americans are Bored with the Democratic National Convention

Critics of the DNC have stated that certain speakers’ demeanors appeared gloomy and downtrodden. Others criticized rhetoric and talking points as more or less the same. As Americans shared their thoughts about the convention on Monday and Tuesday nights, Trump re-election aides also have similar feedback.
Boris Epshteyn, a strategic adviser for the president’s 2020 campaign, professed that Democrats “rolled out the losers” last night with speakers like Sally Yates, Bill Clinton, and John Kerry.
Trump 2020 deputy communications director Ali Pardo also noticed that House Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez failed to mention Biden by name during her allowed sixty seconds of speaking time. Pardo (and other Americans) took this as indicative of the fragmented relationship between establishment and moderate Democrats versus progressive Democrats.
All in all, the Trump re-election team, along with countless other Americans, believes that Biden and the Democrat Party lacks messaging. Additional pointers noted that last night’s “bad homecoming party” failed to address policies that will impact this election and Americans’ lives.

More to Come

The Democratic National Convention is far from over. There are more speakers to come tonight and tomorrow night.
Thus far, Democrats have not indicated that they are in tune with feedback from the American people. Instead, the left — or at least its most vocal factions — are celebrating the official nomination of Joe Biden.

Tonight, Biden’s running mate Kamala Harris will share her remarks at the Democratic National Convention.
What do you think about the first two nights of the Democratic National Convention? Did you find them to be riveting and interesting or profoundly boring? Enlighten us with your perspectives in the comments section below!