Democrats’ proposals to overhaul voting in the U.S. won solid — although not overwhelming — support from Americans in a new survey measuring the popularity
The President’s public support surpasses any poll ranking of Donald Trump at any point of his controversial term in office
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President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden each has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. Biden’s
Trump tries to talk economy but Biden focuses on the growing pandemic that continues to sink the incumbent president in the polls.
Polls show Trump’s many weaknesses are topped by his inability to deal with the Coronavirus or his own illness from it.
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The poll also shows most Republicans favor wearing masks for protection from COVID-19, even though their party’s president does not. He says lately that he thinks they are a “good idea” but then criticizes them in his tsunami of tweets.
Trump openly admits that getting involved in the briefings has nothing to do with concern about the virus or its threat to the American public. No, it is all about the TV ratings. White House aides, however, privately say it could hurt him even more politically.