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DETAILS: Strong Evidence Suggests Trump Has Great Shot At Winning Re-Election In 2020

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Who has the best chance of defeating President Trump in 2020?

Most likely Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders.

Nothing is a given, as Hillary Clinton probably figured back in 2016, but evidence suggests POTUS is on track to win re-election next November.

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From Business Insider:

President Donald Trump has been a historically unpopular president for most of his time in office, and his administration has been plagued by record-setting turnover and difficulties getting key initiatives off the ground. Despite all of this, recent evidence suggests Trump still has a good shot of being reelected in 2020.

The president’s approval rating as measured by Gallup stands at about 45%. Trump’s most recent predecessor, President Barack Obama, had an identical approval rating at this point in his presidency and was reelected in 2012.

In mid-April back in 2011, shortly after Obama announced his reelection bid, his approval rating was hovering between 43% and 45%— right on Trump’s current level.

There are some things you just don’t say because they are so unbelievably untrue that it makes you sound like an ignoramus.

Failed Senate candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke (TX) has yet to learn that.

During a recent speech, the 2020 Democrat presidential contender compared America’s immigration laws to slavery.

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Like a good Democrat, Beto refuses to acknowledge (let alone accept) the fact that America is the most generous nation on earth.

He also fails to note that the United States will no longer be taken advantage of under President Trump.

O’Rourke couldn’t defeat Ted Cruz to win a seat from Texas in the United States Senate, yet he believes he can take down President Trump in 2020.

Trump had referred to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as “Pocahontas” long before a DNA test revealed she might be 1/1024th Native American.

Why the Democrat is running for president is anyone’s guess, but more likely than not she has a lucrative book deal in the works.

She’s not winning the Dem nomination; no chance – probably not even if both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders decide to bow out, for whatever reason.

At a recent rally, POTUS effectively ended Warren’s campaign.

Trump noted, “Pocahontas she’s finished, she’s out. She’s gone. When it was found that I had more Indian blood in me than she did, then it was determined I had none, but I still had more, that was the end of her 32 year scam.

Knowing she needs to make a splash to stay relevant, Warren called for the House of Representatives to impeach Trump.

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Schumer Calls Trump Budget Demand To Fight Coronavirus Inadequate, Requests $8.5B

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Senate Democrats don’t feel that President Trump’s $2.5 billion budget request to help fight against the spread of the coronavirus, instead seeking to pull in $8.5 billion. According to a top aide, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer “is preparing a detailed Senate request” to ask Congress for the money. Check out more from The Washington Examiner: “Expect Schumer’s request to be finalized this morning and sent to appropriators,” the aide said. Democrats on Tuesday dismissed the Trump administration’s $2.5 billion emergency funding request as far too low to prepare the nation to combat the virus in an adequate manner, given its spread in several countries. Democrats point out Congress appropriated $7 billion to battle the spread of the H1N1 virus 11 years ago. Congress is preparing to take up the supplemental spending measure soon, but the final number will have to be negotiated between Democrats and Republicans in both chambers. The House, which is currently run by Democrats, hasn’t yet proposed a spending number, but will take up the legislation first as usual. Republicans in the Senate actually agreed with their Democrat counterparts, stating the figure proposed by President Trump might be a bit too low. Regardless of where you stand on spending for this, the bottom line is that the coronavirus is pretty scary stuff and nations around the world need to be taking proper precautions to ensure the spread of this virus is contained until a vaccine and treatment can be created to prevent it from being a worldwide pandemic. The disease’s death toll has risen substantially since the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, and if we want to avoid seeing those kind of numbers here on American soil, it’s going to cost a pretty penny to put all the safety measures in place.

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Hillary Clinton Says Disgraced Movie Mogul Harvey Weinstein ‘Contributed To Every Democrat’s Campaign’

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Former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attempted to downplay the financial contributions disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein made to her political campaigns, stating that he contributed to every Democrat’s campaign. This, ladies and gentlemen, is “crooked Hillary” at her finest. Here’s more from The Washington Examiner: “He contributed to every Democrat’s campaign,” Clinton said when asked about the disgraced movie mogul’s contributions at the Berlin International Film Festival, where she was attending a screening of her new Hulu documentary. “He contributed to Barack Obama’s campaign, and John Kerry’s campaign and Al Gore’s campaign and everybody’s campaign.” “I don’t know whether that should chill anyone else from contributing to political campaigns, but it certainly should end the kind of behavior that he was just convicted for,” Clinton added. Weinstein, 67, was convicted Monday of first-degree sexual assault and third-degree rape in New York City. He faces a possible sentence of between five and 25 years. Weinstein also faces charges in Los Angeles after he was indicted in January, just after the first trial got underway. In that case, he is accused of raping one woman and sexually assaulting another in back-to-back nights during the week of the Oscar Awards in 2013. So how much money did Hillary get from Weinstein while running for Senate and the presidency? According to the Federal Election Commission data, about $55,000. Weinstein was also a huge contributor to Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns, donating around $72,000. Clinton recently defended the rather well-documented friendship she’s had with Weinsten, saying earlier this year that there was no way she could’ve known about the movie mogul’s predatory impulses and actions. “How could we have known? He raised money for me, for the Obamas, for Democrats in general. And that at the time was something that…

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