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In the wake of the Democrats' loss in the Georgia special election, some in the party are calling for a new message and new leadership.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, in particular, has come under fire.

On "The Five" tonight, Jesse Watters said Pelosi fundamentally doesn't understand America or Americans.

He said the Democratic Party, however, isn't self-aware enough to realize that they'll always have an uphill battle if she's the face of the party.

"The whole Democratic message under Pelosi is built on fantasy," Watters said. "I don't know how many 'moral victories' the Democrats are going to be able to stomach before they realize it's time to actually start winning."


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Watters pointed out that President Trump has often said that under his administration, the U.S. is going to win so much that Americans are going to be sick of winning.

"Are the Democrats sick of losing yet?" Watters asked.

He added that one of the effects of the Democrats' "Trump derangement syndrome" is that they've forgotten about the issues.

"The Democrats actually are competitive when they talk about Medicare, college tuition, wages," Watters said. "But when they go off on identity politics and 'Russia, Russia, Russia,' they lose."

Watch more above.


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