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Must fear and loathing be the script for 2020?

"The Squad" is quickly becoming more recognizable to most Americans than the throng of hopefuls vying for the Democratic presidential nomination.

This outspoken female Congressional foursome, and their ongoing rhetorical beef with the president, is shaping up to become the story of the 2020 election. And that signals trouble ahead for the Democrats.

It's not all their fault. Donald Trump has courted this conflict because he would rather run against Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Rashida Tlaib

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