Tuning into any mainstream news sources this week, you would be hard pressed to find a positive take on President Trump’s demeanor.
To put it bluntly: The Commander in Chief is raging. He has been the focus of this “resistance” schtick for years, and this latest needling has been headlined by one of the President’s favorite targets, House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff.
Despite the massive effort being undertaken by the liberal left in order to undermine the President himself, support for Donald Trump’s reelection has been unwavering.
A Monmouth University poll released Wednesday shows President Donald Trump’s re-election prospects remain unaffected in the wake of the House Democrats’ formal impeachment inquiry.
The poll, conducted between September 23-29, states 57 percent of voters want a new president in 2020, while 39 percent say they support a second term for President Trump. The college’s August survey yielded the same results, signaling to the beltway that voters appear more interested in Congress tackling the issues than ousting the president.
The poll had 1,161 adult respondents and a +/-3.1% margin of error.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been warning Americans about this possibility as well, believing that the impeachment of Donald Trump would only bolster his chances at again winning the White House in 2020 – particularly due to the likelihood that the process will fail to remove the President with a Republican-controlled Senate.
The RNC also announced this week that it had broken another fundraising record, further exemplifying the support that Trump is receiving from voters the nation over.
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