Over the past week you have seen Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama use a one-two punch against Republican candidate Donald Trump, making their case to the American people on why he will be dangerous if elected.
Both of these two have hurt America over the past eight years. The Clinton and Obama relationship is a rocky one and I describe it as two snakes in a hole. Obama’s policies along with Clinton agreeing and pushing them have hurt the middle class and has pushed the United States into a steady decline on the world stage.
Neither Clinton or Obama know what they are doing especially in the way of battling and defeating ISIS and now Trump has come along with the pulse of the people and created a battle cry “America First.” Now it seems as if Trump is benefiting from their ignorance!
Republican Donald Trump’s poll numbers have been rising since the shooting attack on an Orlando gay nightclub that left 49 people dead, according to Reuters’ daily tracking poll.
Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, had been on a downward trend against Democrat Hillary Clinton over the last week, and an NBC News/SurveyMonkey poll released Tuesday reflected that with Clinton boasting a seven-point lead.
Trump’s numbers in the NBC poll reflect the struggles he had last week after he slammed the judge presiding over the Trump University civil lawsuit, saying he can’t be fair because of his Mexican heritage, Mediaite notes.
But the NBC poll was taken before Sunday’s shooting. The Reuters daily tracking poll shows Trump rebounding after he began vowing to fight radical Islamic terrorists and attacking what he called the Obama administration’s weak efforts on the issue.
Trump also doubled down on his call to ban all Muslim immigration until radical Islamic terrorism is under control.
That poll showed Clinton leading Trump by almost 13 points on Sunday, but has been cut to 8.5 points on Tuesday.
Clinton’s numbers dropped from 40 percent Sunday to 39.1 percent Tuesday, while Trump’s rose from 28.4 percent to 30.9 percent.
If I were Trump I would keep hammering away at both of their inconsistencies as it is a winning strategy. Americans are hurt through the economy, unemployment, race relations, strain on Congressional red tape and these people are at the top of the list of culprits directing America down the road to destruction.
These latest poll numbers show one thing, Americans are starting to wake up but we need more and you are included in that bed shaking, ground moving battle cry. It’s time to make a change from the political status quo.
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