How to beat the Republicans in 2020: The GOP is just like you, and they hate us, says GOP congressman live broadcast

MSNBC is reporting on a new book that argues the Republican Party is like you and they just hate us.

In a story that highlights GOP lawmakers’ longstanding antipathy toward President Donald Trump, the author argues that Republicans are “more like you” and “more likely to hate you” than Democrats.

The author, Rep. Chris Collins, told The Huffington Post, “The Republicans have been the party of slavery, racism, and xenophobia.

And they’re just as willing to take you on like you are like them.

It’s a party that’s very, very like you.”

Collins said that in recent years, Republican lawmakers have “done a lot to hurt us,” which he said is “a little bit ironic because they’re the ones that are supposed to represent us.”

He went on to say that in the 2018 midterm elections, Democrats “went after Republicans with their agenda, and Republicans responded by doing their best to hurt them.”

Collins continued, “In 2020, we are going to elect the president who will make a big deal out of repealing and replacing Obamacare, the president that will attack our borders, attack our rights, attack the very things that the president has promised to do to protect us.”

Collins noted that in 2020, Democrats will take on the GOP in the Senate and House, and said that Republicans will use this election to try to repeal Obamacare and “to dismantle the president’s agenda.”

“If the Republican House and the Republican Senate are able to get to their 50th vote, they will have repealed the Affordable Care Act.

The president will have done nothing but make the American people sicker and more vulnerable, and we’ll all be worse off for it,” Collins said.

“And the people that are going after us are going straight to the White House.”

Collins was referring to President Donald J. Trump, who announced in January 2018 that he was rescinding the ACA.

Collins has repeatedly criticized Trump for not taking action on health care during his tenure as president, but he has been a vocal critic of Trump’s efforts to repeal the law and replace it with a new, unpopular, version.

He also accused Trump of undermining American democracy in January 2017.

“If we don’t get this done by Christmas, if we donĀ“t get a repeal of the Affordable [Care Act] by then, I think we will be looking at a very different world than we’ve had for years,” Collins told CNN’s Erin Burnett in March 2017.

Collins went on, “I think the American public, and especially our friends in the European Union, they’re going to get a very bad deal.”

Collins has also been a frequent critic of Democrats for attempting to “take back the Senate” in 2020.

“We don’t need to repeal or replace Obamacare,” Collins wrote in February 2018, “we need to make sure that we take back the majority.

We need to take back it.

Collins went further in March 2018 when he said, “It’s like the American dream is dying. “

So this is a fight we need to fight for, and the people of our country are the ones who will be most affected.”

Collins went further in March 2018 when he said, “It’s like the American dream is dying.

It won’t survive if we just keep going on like this.”

The book, titled Why They Hate You: The Case for the American Conservative Party, was published by HarperCollins last year.

Collins, a conservative member of the House of Representatives, was also the co-author of a recent book that was published in 2017 titled The End of Faith: Why Religious Extremism is Destroying America.