“Do you miss him yet?” Harriet Hageman, a congressional candidate from Wyoming enquired of the thousands-strong crowd which had gathered on Saturday to listen to President Donald Trump speak. The crowd cheered and clapped in response to Hageman’s question, and then again when the 45th president was asked if he should run for re-election in 2024. But, while support for Trump is unmistakable at one of his trademark rallies, what would the reaction be among the “Never Trump” crowd?
Joe Biden received his lowest presidential approval rating yet this month, according to a poll conducted by The Journalist Centre for Public Research
How about the RINO Republican politicians clutching their pearls at the prospect of another four years of “mean tweets”? Let’s take a closer look at how well the current administration is doing in order to answer that question. Joe Biden received his lowest presidential approval rating yet this month, according to a poll conducted by The Journalist Centre for Public Research, with only 39 per cent of American adults approving of his leadership.
Furthermore, only 20% of adults believe the United States is on the right track. But perhaps more concerning for the political leader is that a recent Rasmussen poll found that nearly half of likely U.S. voters – which includes 36 per cent of Democrats – believe that election fraud influenced the 2020 presidential election results.
To put it this way, a sizable majority of the voters do not believe Joe Biden had been legitimately elected president, which should worry everyone. However, while Democratic politicians quietly seek a potential replacement for Biden as a presidential candidate, Trump has maintained solid support among his base.
The 45th president has the support of approximately 80% of Republicans in the key states of Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, according to Morning Consult polling.
Despite recent primary hiccups, the 45th president has the support of approximately 80% of Republicans in the key states of Georgia, Ohio, North Carolina and Pennsylvania, according to Morning Consult polling. In fact, Trump’s dominance of the Republican Party is so obvious that even RINO critics like Utah Senator Mitt Romney have already been forced to acknowledge it.
Furthermore, due to record inflation, rapidly increasing fuel costs, lack of food, and other factors, FiveThirtyEight now ranks Biden as the least popular president in the polling era at this point in his term. Trump’s favorability, according to Morning Co, is nearly at an all-time high of 44.1 per cent, according to Real Clear Politics. Whereas a potential matchup in 2024 is still too early to call, one thing is certain: the “Ultra MAGA” action is far from over, whether he’s on the ballot or just on everyone’s mind.
Why do Americans support Trump?
Trump claims he wants to “Restore Greatness to America.” Almost all factory jobs have been exported, and those that remain have seen their wages slashed as a result of unrestricted immigration. America, once the world’s shining light, has become a country ashamed of itself, feeling obligated to apologise to the entire world for being more successful than others. He was a reality TV star in the past.
Because he’s an exceptionally convincing communicator, he’s had a lot of success on television. He was also a hugely successful businessman. In order to win the presidency, he battled not only the entire mainstream media but nearly 100% of both political groups. He’s also a businessman and a billionaire. He dislikes the press.
The 2016 presidential election was, more than anything else, a referendum on the media. Despite the fact that they threw everything they could at him—over 90% of coverage has been negative, and only one major American newspaper has endorsed him—Trump was sure to conquer. Unlike the majority of politicians, who give flowery speeches and make empty promises while stabbing you in the back. Despite Trump’s claims of women’s empowerment, he received more than 40% of the female vote—and a large percentage of white women. He is a nationalist, not a globalist.
President Trump has issued a warning to Americans about the Democrats’ attempt to defraud votes
President Trump has issued a warning to Americans about the Democrats’ attempt to defraud them of their votes in the presidential race by using unrequested mail-in ballots. People are confident in President Trump’s efforts to halt the threatening spread of Chinese militarization, his negotiated settlement of international trade agreements that previously put the USA at an unfairness, and his strengthening of our military preparedness while also obtaining our military out of wasteful foreign, hostile undertakings that kill and injure Americans for no reason.
What happened during the first presidential discussion between Trump and President Joe Biden?
President Trump faced not just one, but two opponents during the first presidential discussion between him and former President Joe Biden, which took place last Tuesday night: Joe Biden and Chris Wallace. Mr Wallace, the never-Trumper moderator, frequently bawled Trump out and chastised him for talking over and demanding Biden, which was beyond Wallace’s job description for that night.
He was meant to be supporting genuine discussion between the two candidates, but the night ended with both Wallace and Biden condemning and yelling at Trump when all the president was trying to do was get Biden to state his position on key duties he will perform if he is elected president, and to get Biden to stop lying about everything. Followers didn’t like how Trump was attacked by them on the show. Some people sympathised with Trump.