Donald Trump is considered a weak President by most Democrats.
But they’re completely wrong.
And now, a brand new shocking poll just confirms the Democrats’ worst fears about Trump’s re-election chances.
With the 2020 elections now looming on the horizon, all eyes are beginning to converge on the massive primary field that Democrats are dealing with to see who will emerge as the party’s standard bearer against President Donald Trump next year.
Meanwhile, the President himself is gearing up his own re-election campaign as he prepares to defend his office for a second four-year term next November.
But while both sides are gearing up for the coming political battles, one thing remains consistent among all the Democrats running for office: They all think that President Trump is weak.
The logic among Democratic presidential hopefuls is that President Trump is among the most vulnerable Presidents to have ever held office, and it will be far more difficult to win the nomination than it will be to defeat him in the general election next year.
The problem with this theory is that it flies directly in the face of all the facts that have been presented over the last few months.
And now, a new poll only further destroys the argument among the Democrats that defeating Trump next year will be easy work.
ABC News reports, “Bolstered by a strong economy, Donald Trump reached the highest job approval rating of his career in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll and runs competitively for re-election against four of five possible Democratic contenders.”
It seems that Trump isn’t nearly the pushover that his Democratic opponents thought he was.
In addition, “Fifty-one percent approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, more than half for the first time in his presidency,” according to ABC News.
The President’s handling of the economy is almost always directly tied to how they perform come election time.
And Trump will likely be no different.
As long as the economy continues to go well, there’s a massive boost that Trump can count on when he faces the voters again in 2020.
Even worse for Democrats is the polling that exists on the question of impeachment.
“That said, support for Congress initiating impeachment proceedings against Trump remains unchanged since April at 37%, while opposition to this step has grown by 13 points since August to 59%, a new high. Sixty-one percent of Democrats favor impeachment action, but just 37% of independents – and 7% of Republicans – agree,” adds ABC.
In short, overwhelming majorities of the country are opposed to impeachment proceedings against Trump.
Any Democratic congressional office holder, including Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, have to be looking at these poll numbers and realizing that it would be political suicide to move ahead with trying to remove Trump from office.
“Trump’s campaign responded to the poll Sunday morning, telling ABC News that the president is in a stronger position for his re-election bid than past incumbents, including Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama. The campaign added that Trump will stress the issues, rather than matchups between any of the Democratic candidates,” concludes ABC.
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