Despite everything that has transpired since November 3, Donald Trump continued to work for the American people.
Even after a second impeachment, with some Republicans turning against him, Trump soldiered on. He even signed important executive orders. In addition, he spent some time reminding America of his achievements over the last four years.
Overwhelming odds were against him, but he had appeared to put Americans first. And, with just one day left in his administration, Americans are approving what he’s done. From Rasmussen Reports:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll, Sponsored by SLANTED from Sharyl Attkisson, for Monday shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.
Normally, the approval of an out-going president is generally not looked at by the public. But considering Trump is leaving after his first term, these numbers might come back sooner than we think.
Despite losing to Joe Biden (regardless of how you feel about the election), Trump continued to have high approval ratings among voters. Today, it stands at 51%, close to his highest approval in office ever.
How can that be, if what the Democrats said about him is accurate? The left accused him of “incitement,” even impeached him over it. They claimed Americans wanted Trump replaced, despite consistently high approval numbers.
Perhaps Democrats have rushed this second impeachment because they know millions of Americans still approve of Trump. Should he return to politics in a few short years, they might have a big problem on their hand.
The last thing Dems want is for someone other than a weak RINO to run against their candidate. These approval numbers suggest that if Trump runs again, he just might win.
With Trump’s administration coming to a close, do you approve of his presidency?
- President Trump continued to serve Americans, even after the election.
- His daily approval has him at a near-high of 51%.
- Democrats appear to be impeaching him to prevent a re-election in 2024.
Source: Rasmussen Reports