Amid multiple bad polling figures for President Donald Trump in the past few months, he seems to be released about his slim chances to be the president for the second term. As per the POLITICO, multiple people close to him and his most reliable supporters informed him privately that he is on course to become the one-term president of the United States, which has been the campaign message of his opponent Joe Biden. Trump is presently in the worst phase of his presidency, as described by his supporters. President Donald Trump is currently facing the heat for his response to the coronavirus pandemic coupled with the nationwide racial protests after the killing of George Floyd in police custody. Not only the polls but the reality is also the same for President Donald Trump which is evident from his recent rally in Oklahoma City last weekend which turned out to be an embarrassment for the president as he failed to fill up the arena despite being the first rally in months after the lockdown.
Trump looked troubled even for easy questions in an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday, like the goals for his second term. His non-responsive answer to the simple question was quite surprising from the president. In the same interview, the normally self-centered and confident president offered a loose acknowledgment that he might be the one-term president when he stated that “Joe Biden can be your president as some people don’t love me, maybe.” Even though Trump has time to make a stellar comeback and regain the polls, supporters who are close to him have a different perspective regarding the re-elections. “Going as per the current trajectory, President Donald Trump would be facing one of the worst electoral defeats in modern presidential elections in the history of the United States. It’s going to be the worst for an incumbent president fighting for his re-election,” said Sam Nunberg, the former political adviser for Trump, and still remains his supporter.
Nunberg took the recent national polls by CNBC and New York Times into consideration, which showed Trump’s plummeting support at below 40 percent against his rival Joe Biden. Nunberg further added - “If Trump’s numbers erode to 35 percentage points over the next two weeks, he would be realistically losing a 400-plus vote loss. This should make introspect whether he wants to continue the race for his re-election as the Republican presidential nominee.Dr. Dhillon Randeep
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