President Trump got a gigantic win that has him dancing into the New Year.
The Democrats don’t have a shot at winning according to the latest polls.
Donald Trump just hit a magic number that has him excited about 2020.
The Democrats bet big on a weak impeachment.
Nancy Pelosi should have learned from Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment, that impeachment was a bad idea.
Bill Clinton’s impeachment made him more popular than at any other time of his presidency.
Voters felt that the Republican Congress was picking on Bill Clinton because he had an affair and that impeachment wasn’t warranted.
Nancy Pelosi thought she could get away with impeaching Trump because his numbers weren’t as high as Clinton’s and she’s got the mainstream media in her pocket.
The problem with her impeachment was that Nancy Pelosi couldn’t come up with an actual crime that Donald Trump committed, which is why impeachment has backfired on her.
But even CNN can’t save impeachment from being a Democratic disaster as the polls are showing.
Trump has made a huge jump in the polls.
Not only that, he’s beating every single Democratic candidate at the moment.
If the election was held today all the numbers suggest that Trump would win.
According to the Washington Examiner:
Voter approval of President Trump has hit 50%, the magical and much-needed baselevel for reelection, and he is leading the top Democratic presidential candidates in the 2020 presidential race, according to a new national survey.
In the latest Zogby Analytics survey shared with Secrets, Trump is above water on his approvals, 50% positive to 48% negative, a key level his political team has been pushing to get him to.
What’s more, he is building support with independents, Hispanics, and women, according to pollster Jonathan Zogby.
“Trump is doing well and winning back support with important swing voters: Independents (42% at least somewhat approve/52% at least somewhat disapprove), Hispanics (45% at least somewhat approve/55% at least somewhat disapprove) and women (44% at least somewhat approve/53% at least somewhat disapprove),” he said in the survey analysis.
And as the economy continues to improve, Zogby said that the president is still doing well with part of the traditional Democratic base.
“As has been the case for the past few months in our polling, Trump performs well with the most vulnerable voters — lost a job (65% at least somewhat approve/33% at least somewhat disapprove); afraid of losing a job (52% at least somewhat approve/45% at least somewhat disapprove); at a job that pays less (52% at least somewhat approve/47% at least somewhat disapprove) and gone without food for 24 hours (57% at least somewhat approve/44% at least somewhat disapprove),” he said.
That, added with Trump’s 51% support with millennials and 56% support with Generation X, has helped to give him an edge over the top five Democratic candidates fighting it out in Iowa.
These new polls show that the Democrats’ outrageous attacks are just helping push Trump to victory.
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