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Trump Might Or Might Not Triumph


David Mudd

Trump looks out of touch now, but it’s too early to say he’s doomed in November

The Pretext

Trump has been seen to be lagging behind Joe Biden in recent polls.

I’m pretty certain he’d absolutely not accept the fact that he could get much fewer votes.

He’d probably vent it all out on administration and how the calculations have been leading to a farce? *shrugs*

Though it is still 141 days from the November 3 election, the polls of the moment look grim for Trump.
He continues to struggle with female voters, given his entire history of misogyny and uncanny comments about women.
And Trump’s self-inflicted errors in the weeks since George Floyd’s death has been even more fatal.
Right from the administration’s clearing of Lafayette Square for Trump’s bible-wielding photo-op, everything has been a mess.


However, Trump had proved in 2016 that he is smarter than most people think about electoral strategy.
In interviews with both Republican and Democratic strategists this past week there was near unanimity that no one can predict how an issue like racial injustice will play out in November.
This is especially when American lives and livelihoods are on the line at the time of a pandemic as well as economic disparity.


The President has been condemned for shooing off protestors using techniques as crude as ever.
He has also been blamed for calling on governors to dominate demonstrators in the streets.
WASHINGTON, DC – APRIL 14: U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the daily briefing of the White House Coronavirus Task Force in the Rose Garden at the White House April 14, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump announced that he is halting funding for World Health Organization WHO. Alex Wong/Getty Images/AFP
Here’s one good news for Trump, Republicans are going to be far more tolerant of police reforms than Democrats will be in terms of embracing the cops.
Why? Because of the sole idea that they’re not the enemy.
And this has been apparently told by a Republican himself.




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