Donald Trump has done historic things during his two and a half years in office.
Despite this, the Democrats are trying to take it all away by taking him down in 2020, or even sooner.
But that won’t happen after Trump got huge news proving he will win in 2020.
Democrats are lining up to take on President Trump in 2020.
With every day that goes by, another crazy Democrat hops into the race hoping to be the one to defeat him come Election Day.
And currently, polling is on their side.
Virtually all the polls that come out show that Democrats have a substantial lead in 2020.
Joe Biden is polling at over ten points higher than Trump in many polls, and even leading in surprising states like Texas.
But as the 2016 election proves, polling isn’t everything.
In fact, it doesn’t mean much in the current era.
As Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale pointed out while speaking to CBS News, the way campaigns currently turns out voters doesn’t show up in traditional polling, which is usually done through phone calls.
“I just think the country is too complex now to call a couple hundred people and ask them what they think,” Parscale said.
“There are so many ways and different people who show up and vote now. The way turnout works now. The abilities we have now to turn out voters. The polling can’t understand that. And that’s why the polling was so wrong in 2016. It was 100% wrong.”
In 2016 the big thing showing how much better Trump was doing was his campaign rallies.
Trump’s rallies were being attended by tens of thousands of people all across the country.
And in states like Michigan and Wisconsin, that saw some of the biggest campaign rallies, he was able to win despite any political analyst saying it wasn’t possible.
So if crowd size is an indication, Trump has a very good chance in 2020.
His campaign rally announcing his 2020 run in Orlando, Florida was likely his biggest rally ever.
Around 100,000 people showed up for the rally in an arena that holds only 20,000 people.
Massive crowds stuck around outside in the rain to watch the rally, and people were lining up more than 40 hours before the rally.
The only candidate to even come close in crowd size for an announcement is California Sen. Kamala Harris, who had a sizable crowd of over 10,000 thousand.
But other frontrunners like Joe Biden can barely fill a small room.
The enthusiasm is clearly on President Trump’s side.
And if he can keep it up in the same way it was in 2016, he will breeze into re-election.
But his enemies will be more ready than ever to kick things up.
Massive billionaire donors like Tom Steyer are talking about opening up their war chests to drop unheard of amounts of money into the election.
This election will most likely be the most expensive election in U.S. history.
But Trump is ready, and is already raising massive sums of money to make sure he can win.
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