Now Trump admits that he is doing poorly in polls because he claims that he would win & # 39; with 20 points & # 39; if it's not for the & # 39; Fake News Media & # 39; and Democrats
- President Trump seemed to admit on Wednesday that he is doing poorly in national polls that he and his campaign assistants have claimed to be false in public
- Trump has denied that he loses to Joe Biden with double digits in critical states
- He claimed that he would win & # 39; with 20 points & # 39; if it were for the Democrats and the media
- The Soviet Union and & # 39; The Fake News Media and their partner in Crime, the Democrats & # 39; blamed the fact that he is not at the top of the polls & # 39;
- He said he would win & # 39; with 20 points & # 39; if it wasn't. Then he claimed: & # 39; But I win anyway! & # 39;
President Trump seemed to admit on Wednesday that he is doing poorly in national polls that he and his assistants have publicly claimed, are fake and not representative of the electorate.
Trump has denied that he is losing to Joe Biden, especially with double digits, in the face of internal and external poll that the democrat is showing up at the door.
He did not mention his closest opponent in a tweet and complained that he was in the national survey. But he claimed that he would win & # 39; with 20 points & # 39; if it were for the Democrats and the media.
& # 39; If I hadn't sustained the Phony Witch Hunt for 3 years and if the Fake News Media and their partner in Crime, the Democrats, would have played it right away, I would now be all the way up – with our economy , wins by 20 points. But I win anyway! & # 39; he said.
President Trump seemed to admit on Wednesday that he is doing poorly in national polls that he and his assistants publicly claimed in the campaign are fake and not representative of the electorate
He did not mention his closest opponent in a tweet and complained that he was in the national survey. But he claimed that he would win & # 39; with 20 points & # 39; if it were for Democrats and the media
A poll of the Fox News released on Sunday had lost Trump with Biden with 10 points in the general election, 49-39, in a hypothetical match-up. Senator Bernie Sanders would also beat Trump, 49-40, the survey found.
Three other Democrats are studying for Trump but within the margin of error. Yet the surveys indicated that the incumbent Republican president is vulnerable.
A poll from Quinnipiac University that came out Tuesday, while Trump flew to Orlando for his kick-off in 2020, also showed that Trump lost to Biden in the state of Florida.
The former vice president would beat Trump with nine points, 50 – 41 percent in the Sunshine State, while Sanders would win 48 – 42 percent in the swing state.
Trump campaign leader Brad Parscale told DailyMail.com that Quinnipiac & # 39; c ** p & # 39; is in response to a question about the poll within the president's rally.
Surveys conducted by the March campaign also showed that Trump lost out of Biden in Florida, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin leaked data that appeared this month.
A campaign source said Tuesday that internal polling station with similar results & # 39; old & # 39; was because it was three months old and was executed before the Special Counsel submitted his final report.
The Republican National Commission spokeswoman, Kayleigh McEnany, also warned of being interviewed in a Fox News interview, where she claimed the surveys were fake and her point was refuted by a program host.
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden beat Trump in polls, including a Fox News this week
& # 39; Stories about the leaked polling are more fake news. Yes, those numbers were correct, but they were three months ago. They were reports from before Mueller. They were the worst-case scenario and the worst-case swap model, & she said. & # 39; But I can tell you, Steve, right now the president is leading in all 17 swing states against a defined democrat. & # 39;
& # 39; Fox & Friends & # 39; host Steve Doocey noted that she claimed the leaked polls were correct. & # 39; So they were not fake news, they were old news, & # 39; he offered.
She said: & # 39; They were old news and they were the most unfavorable switch model. We must predict who will end. So this is the most pro-democratic rise model that you could see. & # 39;
The party spokeswoman followed President Trump's leadership – he said she & # 39; fake & # 39; and & # 39; fake & # 39; were polls and that his figures are improving.
& # 39; We recently received great poll numbers & # 39 ;, said the president. & # 39; Huge poll numbers. & # 39;
He told ABC News in an interview: & # 39; Those polls do not exist. & # 39;
& # 39; The polls do not exist. I lose in 15 of the 17 states? Those polls do not exist, & he insisted.
Trump stated: & I just met my interrogator, whom I honestly don't even believe in pollinators, if you want to know the truth, you just run a campaign and whatever it is, that's it, but I've just had a meeting with someone who's an interrogator and I'm winning everywhere, so I don't know what you're talking about. & # 39;
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