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Even liberal CNBC admits Trump's demise is GREATLY exaggerated!!

USApatriotz

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Read it & weep libs! More tears for liberals & Antifa psychopaths!

Rumors of Trump's demise are, once again, greatly exaggerated
  • The "experts" are once again prematurely declaring President Trump's political demise.
  • By now, they should respect his resilience more and the polls a lot less.
  • Trump is safe as long as his political opponents remain even weaker.
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  • Welcome to the Donald Trump status reality check for dummies, part 276.

    It seems like the established political and punditry world needs many frequent reminders about President Trump's resilience every time he goes through a wounding incident like he is now with the beating he's taking over his response to the violent protests in Charlottesville last weekend.

    So here are the several reasons why President Trump is simply down, but not out in any permanent sense. There are four key things to remember:


    (Note: None of the points below are excuses for President Trump. They simply explain why he's not as vulnerable as many people think he is.)

    1) Trump wins when he loses

    It may seem like all Americans are at least frustrated that President Trump often shoots himself in the foot with unnecessary comments and tweets. But this also exemplifies Trump's fighting nature that so many voters clearly like. Many conservatives feel like they tried "nice" before with people like Presidents George H.W. and George W. Bush, and GOP presidential nominees John McCain and Mitt Romney, but that still resulted in no real reduction in condemnation and bile from the left.

    For better or for worse, and to the repeated horror of the Bushes, McCains, and Romneys, Trump isn't playing nice. And for every moderate or casual Trump-leaner he may lose by fighting, he could easily be gaining the more fervent support from his base.

    One major Trump donor even told CNBC Friday that the president is "being bullied" over this Charlottesville controversy. That response should tell you something about how President Trump's supporters are responding to events playing out this week.

    2) The stock selloff fake out

    Trump's voter base is hardly represented by Wall Street or major corporate interests. Much more important to the voters Trump needs to at least tacitly back him are the broader economic numbers. And, thanks to President Trump or not, those numbers are stellar. Unemployment is at a 16-year low, and the consumer sentiment levels are at near record highs. With fewer and fewer Americans even owning stocks, the fate of the stock market is hardly a top priority in politics for someone like President Trump who already proved he doesn't need Wall Street's support to win the White House.

    3) Poll position

    It seems crazy to have remind anyone of how we shouldn't rely on the accuracy of polls after they just about all got the 2016 election so wrong.

    But in case anyone is really convinced by all those record low approval numbers for President Trump, take them with this added grain of salt: His supporters may be skewing the numbers by avoiding polls right now. It may sound crazy, but even Psychology Today noted the work of Professor Raymond La Raja who argues that people holding perceived unique political views are more likely to withdraw from political discussions and public declarations for candidates even in anonymous polls in order to avoid the personal costs of being exposed.

    In other words, just about every poll on President Trump is probably under counting his support.

  • Rumors of Trump's demise are, once again, greatly exaggerated
 

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Read it & weep libs! More tears for liberals & Antifa psychopaths!

Rumors of Trump's demise are, once again, greatly exaggerated
  • The "experts" are once again prematurely declaring President Trump's political demise.
  • By now, they should respect his resilience more and the polls a lot less.
  • Trump is safe as long as his political opponents remain even weaker.
    104478215-GettyImages-684237010.530x298.jpg

  • Welcome to the Donald Trump status reality check for dummies, part 276.

    It seems like the established political and punditry world needs many frequent reminders about President Trump's resilience every time he goes through a wounding incident like he is now with the beating he's taking over his response to the violent protests in Charlottesville last weekend.

    So here are the several reasons why President Trump is simply down, but not out in any permanent sense. There are four key things to remember:


    (Note: None of the points below are excuses for President Trump. They simply explain why he's not as vulnerable as many people think he is.)

    1) Trump wins when he loses

    It may seem like all Americans are at least frustrated that President Trump often shoots himself in the foot with unnecessary comments and tweets. But this also exemplifies Trump's fighting nature that so many voters clearly like. Many conservatives feel like they tried "nice" before with people like Presidents George H.W. and George W. Bush, and GOP presidential nominees John McCain and Mitt Romney, but that still resulted in no real reduction in condemnation and bile from the left.

    For better or for worse, and to the repeated horror of the Bushes, McCains, and Romneys, Trump isn't playing nice. And for every moderate or casual Trump-leaner he may lose by fighting, he could easily be gaining the more fervent support from his base.

    One major Trump donor even told CNBC Friday that the president is "being bullied" over this Charlottesville controversy. That response should tell you something about how President Trump's supporters are responding to events playing out this week.

    2) The stock selloff fake out

    Trump's voter base is hardly represented by Wall Street or major corporate interests. Much more important to the voters Trump needs to at least tacitly back him are the broader economic numbers. And, thanks to President Trump or not, those numbers are stellar. Unemployment is at a 16-year low, and the consumer sentiment levels are at near record highs. With fewer and fewer Americans even owning stocks, the fate of the stock market is hardly a top priority in politics for someone like President Trump who already proved he doesn't need Wall Street's support to win the White House.

    3) Poll position

    It seems crazy to have remind anyone of how we shouldn't rely on the accuracy of polls after they just about all got the 2016 election so wrong.

    But in case anyone is really convinced by all those record low approval numbers for President Trump, take them with this added grain of salt: His supporters may be skewing the numbers by avoiding polls right now. It may sound crazy, but even Psychology Today noted the work of Professor Raymond La Raja who argues that people holding perceived unique political views are more likely to withdraw from political discussions and public declarations for candidates even in anonymous polls in order to avoid the personal costs of being exposed.

    In other words, just about every poll on President Trump is probably under counting his support.

  • Rumors of Trump's demise are, once again, greatly exaggerated

Sounds to me like a network more concerned that his replacement Mike Pence will be far more defiant to their ideology. Now they are having second thoughts about their campaign to undermine democracy.

This is why I notice that they always try to link any of Trumps comments to the entire administration and his VP. I wouldn't put it past some to try and circumvent the law and try and prevent Pence from becoming President in the event Trump leaves or is forced out.

I do agree though, he's not going anywhere. I just hope he keeps his promises, liberty demands Americas success, take it from an oppressed, unfairly abused Canadian.
 
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The graveyards are FILLED with bodies of FOOLS who counted Trump out or said he'll NEVER win! See below for yourself!

 

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