President Trump is an unhappy camper when ratings and poll numbers are not found to be in his favor, whether at his inauguration, rallies, or polls.
So, the President at a recent rally in New Hampshire dubbed the polls as not only fake but also blasted the media as being fake in its reporting.
“….And we’re actually here today to officially launch our campaign to win the great state of New Hampshire in 2020. And I saw some fake polls put out by the fake news media and had said that I’m tied, I’m tied with three of the other candidates, the Democrats,” said the President.
Moreover, the President poured scorn on the campaign of the Democrats who are running to ultimately unseat him in the 2020 general election and predicted an extended four-year term in office for himself.
“I’m tied in New Hampshire. I don’t think so. One of them has a rally, he’s got a hundred people. So, this holds 12,000. We’re full and we could fill it up four times, at least. We could fill it up four times, but I just want to thank you all. I just think it’s going to be a tremendous four years. We’re going to have a tremendous four years,” he said.
In the latest Fox News poll, the President fails to crack 40 percent in any matchup with a potential 2020 opponent.
He trails Joe Biden by 12 percentage points (50 percent to 38 percent), Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.) by nine points (48 to 39), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) by seven (46 to 39) and Sen. Kamala D. Harris (Calif.) by six (45 to 39).
Marcia Wright, Readers Bureau, Fellow
Edited by Jesus Chan
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