The United States is in something of a political twilight zone right now. The presidency and senate are controlled by people who lost the popular vote. Yes, despite their continued lackluster approval ratings, a slim majority of Americans actually support Congress either impeaching the president or extending their investigations of him. Meanwhile, the president’s base thinks all such inquiries into his behavior should end.
It’s a mix of things, but what can be said, in brief, is that though the economy is doing pretty well right now, Trump continues to be disapproved of by the majority of Americans. This is what makes a new poll from CNN so startling. Its finding? A majority of Americans, even many of his critics, think Donald Trump will win re-election.
Despite poll numbers that suggest he has an uphill battle for re-election despite, the same people who don’t support Trump for re-election think that he will probably win anyway.
The poll, which interviewed 1006 adults by telephone, shows that 54 percent of Americans think Trump will win re-election. This means that Trump, whose overall approval rating is negative, is doing better in this regard than Obama was doing with better approval ratings at the same point in their Presidencies.
Dr. Nick Begich joins Alex Jones live via Skype to host the final hour, and he calls upon President Trump to help preserve free speech, break up social media monopolies, and cripple the rising technocracy being systematically created by world elites.