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As President Trump is set to officially 2020, the re-election Tuesday night in Orlando, Fla., former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, said the President of the current position in the race is a “miracle” given the constant negative reporting in the media.
To start, as President, the trump is set, formally, 2020 his re-election campaign Tuesday night in Orlando, Fla., former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, said the President of the current position in the race is a “miracle” given the constant negative reporting in the media.
“When did you have the 92 or 93 percent negative reporting in the press, the fact that he is still standing, is a kind of miracle, and of course, he is a remarkable economy,” Gingrich said on “America’s Newsroom with” credit the President with the following, due to its 2016 election pledge on conservative judges, deregulation and tax cuts.
According to local reports, the first trump card-the Fans showed up as early as 2:30, to start Monday camping for trump rally is about to begin at 8 a.m. on Tuesday and will be live on Fox News Channel.
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The President tweeted on Monday morning that his campaign received more than 100,000 ticket requests for the event in an arena for 20,000 people.
Gingrich said it shows the “intense relationship” Trump has with his base voters, who wanted “someone with guts” who would in a fight against the Washington establishment, and border security.
But the new Fox News polls is a cause for concern for the President’s re-election chances.
The survey of the former Vice-President Joe Biden was holding a sizable lead in the Democratic field, with a 10-point lead over Trump in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup.
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Gingrich said the Democrats could stumble “into a George McGovern, Walter Mondale-great disaster”, if you run, far-left campaign against Trump, and noted the importance of surveys, in this moment.
“On this day, four years ago, Donald Trump was said at 1 percent, and 67 percent of Republicans, would never vote for him,” Gingrich pointed out.
He noted that any candidate the Democrats will support the repeal of the Hyde Amendment that blocks taxpayer dollars from the payments for abortions, even though the rule is, by an overwhelming majority by the Americans.