In a recent communication to his devoted supporters, former President Donald Trump shared some compelling insights into the current political landscape. Multiple polls conducted over the past week have shown Trump leading Joe Biden in a head-to-head national showdown. The standout among them is the Reuters/Ipsos poll, which has raised eyebrows.
According to Reuters, Trump enjoys a slight edge in the seven pivotal states that played a decisive role in the 2020 presidential election: Georgia, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada, and Michigan. In these states, Trump leads with 41% compared to Biden’s 35%, leaving a substantial 24% of voters undecided.
Analyzing the electoral map based on these results paints a picture of Trump securing a comfortable victory in the 2024 election with 312 electoral votes. As Pete Hegseth highlighted on Fox and Friends, these numbers have sent shockwaves through the liberal media, who are growing increasingly anxious about Biden’s chances as the Democratic nominee.
Furthermore, Biden has had a disastrous week by any measure. It began with a confusing and disjointed press conference in Vietnam, during which he bizarrely told reporters he needed to “go to bed” and made false claims about his presence at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks.
Adding to Biden’s troubles, his son Hunter Biden faced three felony gun charges, while other allegations surrounding the Biden family remain unresolved. House Republicans have finally initiated an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden, aiming to hold the Biden family accountable for questionable ties to foreign businesses.
A majority of Americans, 61%, believe Joe Biden has been less than truthful about his involvement in Hunter’s foreign business dealings. Additionally, 59% express varying degrees of concern about potential wrongdoing on Biden’s part.
Inflation continues to surge, primarily driven by skyrocketing gas prices, despite Biden’s efforts to tout the success of his economic policies. Most voters believe that “Bidenomics” has had a negative impact on the economy.
Under Biden’s watch, the United Auto Workers union embarked on a strike against the top three American automakers. President Trump criticized Biden’s radical electric vehicle mandates as a “COMPLETE AND TOTAL DISASTER” for the United Auto Workers, favoring China and jeopardizing jobs for American auto workers. Trump has consistently championed the interests of our nation’s auto workers.
Notably, David Ignatius, a Washington Post columnist and long-time Biden supporter, has joined a growing chorus of liberal D.C. pundits pleading with Biden not to seek re-election.
In another display of strong support, President Trump overwhelmingly secured 64% of the vote in the Family Research Council’s straw poll. During his speech at the FRC’s Pray Vote Stand summit, Trump pledged to continue advocating for Christians, vowing to fight as hard as ever for them during another potential term in the White House.
Penny Nance, CEO and President of the Concerned Women of America, praised Trump, affirming that “without question, Donald Trump is the most pro-life President in American history.”