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In A Hypothetical Redo of 2016 Election, Trump Further Eviscerates Clinton

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After 100 days in office, President Donald Trump has been faced with many a crisis, an opportunity, and an occasion to do what he does best:  Win.

Now, as the nation gets their first real glimpse of the businessman’s political expediency, Trump’s approval ratings have been a fairly steady incline.  The nation is getting back to work, with massive corporations reinvesting in America’s labor force.  Iran, Russia, North Korea, and Syria are all now on notice.  The economy is booming.  Trump has been an incredible boon to the United States so far into his young presidency.

Now, as one poll shows, if the election of 2016 was held today, Trump may have further embarrassed the corrupt career criminal that is Hillary Clinton.

“Trump might win a second version of the 2016 election because while 96% of Trump supporters would vote for him again, only 85% of Hillary Clinton voters say they would do so, ‘producing a 40-43 percent Clinton-Trump result in this hypothetical re-do among self-reported 2016 voters,’ the poll says. Other former Clinton voters would support a third party instead.

“The poll was conducted by land and cellular phone among 1,004 adults, with a margin of error of 3.5%.

“The poll comes as Trump looks to finish his first 100 days later this week on a high note, with new legislative initiatives on tax reform and health care. Unlike his predecessors, Trump had no ‘honeymoon,’ with the media and the Demcoratic opposition — a.k.a. ‘Resistance’ — determined to maintain a bitter antagonism from the very first day.

 “But the ‘resistance’ has its own major problems. Two-thirds (67%) of Americans say that Democrats are out of touch with their concerns, while 62% say the same about Republicans and 58% say that about President Trump himself.”
While Trump’s assured 2nd victory does not come as a surprise to those keen on America’s latest conservative shift, the high percentage of democrats who are no longer willing to support the lunacy that has pervasively invaded the party is music to the ears of the millennials who felt betrayed by Hillary Clinton.  Where Clinton had the novelty of being a woman, her career in corruption disenfranchised a great deal of young democratic voters who she would have needed to stand an electoral chance against Trump.

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