A recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll found that just 41 percent of registered voters would vote for President Donald Trump in the 2020 election. But Democrats hoping to defeat Trump may not be setting themselves up for a landslide victory, as in-house squabbles this week showed a party divided over charges of anti-Semitic rhetoric against a member, the party’s decision not to consider FOX News as a debate host, and whether or when to proceed with impeachment hearings against the president.

To discuss the party’s state ahead of 2020, Jim Braude was joined by Nadeem Mazen, a former Cambridge city councilor and part of Bernie Sanders' Our Revolution movement, and Steve Kerrigan, former CEO of the Democratic National Convention and president of Barack Obama's Inaugural Committee.