September 24 2023
Americans aren't buying what Joe Biden is selling.
The latest poll from ABC News/The Washington Post shows Americans know Bidenomics is a failure and that the border is completely open.
Here is ABC News' summary of the polling: "Forty-four percent of Americans in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll say they’ve gotten worse off financially under Biden’s presidency, the most for any president in ABC/Post polls since 1986. Just 37 percent approve of his job performance, while 56 percent disapprove. Still fewer approve of Biden’s performance on the economy, 30 percent. On handling immigration at the U.S.-Mexico border, Biden’s rating is even lower, 23 percent approval."
The border, meanwhile, is out of control. The Democrat Mayor of El Paso, Oscar Leeser, said Saturday that the City of El Paso is at a "breaking point" due to the surge of illegals.
Illegal immigrants are flocking to our border because they know they will be let in. The Border Patrol Union said recently, "From Sept 1st through 20th the Biden Admin ordered the release of more than 100,000 illegal border crashers-enough to double the population of cities like Yuma, AZ."
That's why the ABC News/Washington Post poll showed President Trump dominating in a general election match-up with 52 percent support, while Biden trails at 42 percent.
CEO, Make America Great Again Inc.
President Donald Trump is absolutely dominating the Republican primary:
- Fox Business found that President Trump has a 31 point lead among likely Iowa caucus-goers. Fox Business poll: Trump 46 percent, DeSantis 15 percent, Haley 11 percent, Ramaswamy 7 percent, Scott 7 percent
- Ron DeSantis is now tied for third in New Hampshire, according to the RealClearPolitics polling average. The RCP polling average in the Granite State is Trump 43.7 percent, Christie 10 percent, Haley 9.7 percent, DeSantis 9.7 percent, Ramaswamy 9.3 percent
- The Fox Business South Carolina primary poll found President Trump with a dominant lead. Fox Business: Trump 46 percent, Haley 18 percent, DeSantis 10 percent, Scott 9 percent
President Trump's visit to Michigan this week is a continuation of his longstanding support of America's autoworkers:
- President Trump has long opposed the trade deals that hollowed out American manufacturing. Between NAFTA's implementation in 1994 and 2014, the U.S. auto sector lost roughly 350,000 jobs. President Trump delivered on his promise to replace NAFTA with the USMCA trade deal.
- President Trump opposes Biden's electric car mandates. The Democrat Party's push to make every car electric is behind the auto industry's inability to meet the demands of autoworkers. The Associated Press reported, "The companies say they can’t afford to meet the union’s demands because they need to invest profits in a costly transition from gas-powered cars to electric vehicles."