nearvideo Quinnipiac University poll shows Joe Biden with a 13-point lead over President Trump
“The story,” the host says Martha MacCallum, it will be extremely difficult to beat President Trump.
With the recent polls show Joe Biden and other Democrats, ahead of President Trump in the year 2020, Fox News host Martha MacCallum said that the current government has cause for concern.
At least six democratic presidential candidates, the President would propose, if the election was today, according to the latest Quinnipiac University poll. Although we are away for a while, MacCallum said in a Wednesday appearance on “America’s Newsroom”, the trump campaign should keep in mind these numbers.
“It is a big Wake-up call here for the President of Trump in these figures,” MacCallum said.
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“Someone on the Trump campaign would not be wrong, you take note of these figures and asks what’s going on,” she continued.
The survey also showed that the former Vice-President Joe Biden at the top, but with a much narrower margin before Bernie Sanders. Tied at 49 percent Sens. Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren were, and tied at 47 percent, mayor Pete Buttigieg and Sen. Booker.
MacCollum refers to a Wednesday, the report said, from Axios, relying on a Trump allies in the vicinity to the campaign, that Trump has always respondents and that the numbers are “really not important” when it comes to a “binary contest.”
“The report of Axios States that the President will want to focus on the numbers right now, and perhaps it is wise, to some extent,” she said.
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“The race is away for a whole year, but you got to look that if you are on the trump team and say, there is some news here.”