Linkedin Share

President Trump's Approval Rating Soars to Highest Mark Since First Taking Office (Details)

Linkedin Share

The Russia-helped-Trump-win scenario failed. Impeachment failed soon after. What could Democrats have up their sleeve next for President Trump? Whatever it winds up being, it only serves to help POTUS with his approval ratings. For example, via New York Post:

President Trump’s job approval rating soared to its highest point since he took office in 2017, according to a new poll released Tuesday and conducted as the impeachment trial was underway in the Senate.

It found that 49 percent of registered voters approve of the job the president is doing, while 50 percent disapprove and only 1 percent are undecided, the Gallup poll showed.

For context…

Massive Migrant Caravan Marches Toward US with LGBT Flags Flying as Mexican President Snubs Biden at Summit

Some Trump tweets from Tuesday…

It is so easy to defeat a liberal argument, especially regarding impeachment, that even noted anti-Trump Democrats are joining in on the fun. In other words, things are not looking up for Schiff and company.

Not at all.

The Daily Wire has the scoop

Constitutional Law Professor at George Washington University Jonathan Turley, a Trump critic who was widely praised for his non-partisan testimony during House Democrats’ impeachment hearings, praised Trump’s legal team on Saturday over their performance in defending the president.

Lake Lanier Trends on Twitter After 'Haunted' Spot Claims Another Victim

“The House took a lot of hits below the waterline today,” Turley wrote on Twitter. “These were powerful points that gave ample foundation for senators to support acquittal without agreeing with the Dershowitz theory or the suggestion that everything was ‘perfect.’ I liked the low key, fact-based argument.”

Turley added, “The White House did a particularly good job explaining its position on refusing discovery and also the unfair process. Moreover, it was a brilliant decision to limit the opening to a few hours. The House subjected the Senate to mind-numbing repetition for 22 hours.




Submit a Correction →

, , , , ,
Linkedin Share
About the Author:
John Salvatore has been a Writer and Editor of multiple political blogs since early 2015. He earned his Master’s degree in Public Administration upon completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. A diehard Los Angeles Dodgers fan, John can be reached at [email protected]