A new online portal is promising to make it easier to have serious conversations with liberal supporters about the incumbent president.

President Donald Trump’s 2020 campaign team recently launched its Snowflake Victory website with a list of talking points that are purported to help win any argument with those who oppose the Republican Party.

Trump 2020 campaign national press secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed the portal is “flipping the script” away from a position of fearing the “MAGA uncle.”

“This is empowering, this is supposed to say, ‘Hey if you encounter a liberal snowflake, don’t back down, here are the facts, the facts much of the media won’t share with you,'” McEnany told “Fox & Friends” in a broadcast interview. “This is to empower Trump people across the country as they have those dinners with those liberal ‘snowflakes.'”

Talking points listed on the website include the impeachment inquiry, booming economy, renegotiated trade deals, immigration and border protection, protecting employer provided health care, sustainable environmental protection, and avoiding big government socialism.

McEnany believes Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are promoting socialist values ahead of the 2020 general election.

“Bernie says outright ‘I want to eliminate health care for 180 million Americans’ but Joe Biden says ‘Hey I want a public option that will do the same thing inevitably,'” she said. “The end point is the elimination of private health insurance, when you have got two people with the same end result that is socialism whether they want to call it that or not.”

McEnany also accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) of focusing too much on impeaching President Trump instead of approving the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA), which offers “huge” export opportunities for the manufacturing and agriculture industries.

“We saw the USMCA finally pass through Congress because Nancy Pelosi, of course, held it up,” McEnany said. “It is a landmark deal, the U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement, [and there is also] a phase one China deal.”

She said the nation has enjoyed the “hottest economy” in half a century since the Trump administration came into power.

“[The economy is strong] that’s definitely the top line that is an animating principle of this election, the hottest economy in 50 years, 500,000 manufacturing jobs created, 7 million jobs for women,” the secretary said. “This is the key selling point of the Trump presidency, the hottest economy in modern history, and why not share it at your dinner table this evening?”

McEnany revealed not enough voters know about Trump’s success in improving affordable medicine through scaling back the taxpayer funded Obamacare health subsidy program.

“A lot of people do not know this but we have lowered prescription drug costs, the fastest pace in a long time that we have seen,” she said. “Health care costs in the Obamacare exchanges are coming down, not because of Obamacare but because of the unraveling of it, so to see the cost come down for both prescription drugs and health care plans for those exchanges that is all because of President Trump.”