President Donald Trump has only been in office a few months, and the Democratic Party is already prepping their 2020 candidate.
Congresswoman and leader of the "resist" Trump movement, Maxine Waters will headline a New Hampshire Democratic event, sparking speculation that she is considering a presidential run.
Should Waters run, she would need to start campaigning as early as now due to her minimal individual contributions, and a large debt owed to her daughter.
The Washington Free Beacon reported she has received just above $20,000 in individual contributions to her campaign, despite her outspoken anti-Trump rhetoric.
She is also reportedly in debt to her daughter for $100,000 according to campaign filings.
To make up for the pathetic turnout in individual contributions, Waters campaign is taking a page out of failed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign playbook: SuperPAC's.