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WHY Trump was America’s most admired in 2020

After 4 years of constant slander against him by the media, the American people finally see Donald John Trump for what he is: an honest, God-fearing patriot who gave up the comfort of a jet-setting life to save the United States from the forces of evil that want to transform us into a Soviet state.

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WHY Trump was America’s most admired in 2020

By Don Surber —

Gallup announced today, “Americans are most likely to name President Donald Trump and Michelle Obama as most admired man and woman in 2020. Trump tied former President Barack Obama for the honor last year but edged out his predecessor this year. Trump’s first-place finish ends a 12-year run as most admired man for Obama, tied with Dwight Eisenhower for the most ever.”


The announcement also said, “This year marks the 10th time Trump has finished among the top 10 men, including four times before he entered party politics — 1988 through 1990 and 2011. Gates has finished in the top 10 a total of 21 times, while Obama has now done so 15 times and the Dalai Lama 11 times. Biden has been in the top 10 once before, in 2018.”


That is the news.


Now for the explanation.

We admire President Trump because of his honesty, integrity, and intelligence — the three things that the press denies because they know the strength that is within those qualities.

When he said Obama spied on him, the press howled. They called it a lie, even though the New York Times said on its front page on Inauguration Day that the Obama administration wire-tapped Donald Trump’s campaign.

He has integrity in that he has kept every campaign promise he made with the exception of those needing congressional approval.


He moved the embassy to Jerusalem.

He is building the wall.


He has cut regulations.


He rebuilt our military.

He appointed conservative judges.


He cut taxes.


He dropped unemployment to a 50-year low of 3.5%.


His intelligence is unquestioned.

No one defeats the Republican and Democrat parties as he has through sheer luck.


We also like his perseverance. He is the embodiment of the American dream. He made a fortune, went broke, and made another fortune. You do realize that Ford was Henry Ford’s third automobile company. The third time often is the charm. 

And you also realize that the electric light bulb almost put John D. Rockefeller out of business.

Kerosene, not gasoline, made the oil industry in the 19th century. Rockefeller used a waste product to run the internal combustion engines in his refineries.

We call it gasoline. The automobile saved his empire.


We admire Donald Trump because he is a cantankerous fighter not unlike another rich New Yorker who became president, Teddy Roosevelt.

Americans love a winner. This is President Trump’s victory lap.


Oh, the judges may allow Biden to steal the election. But we know who won. And we admire him for fighting for the people who voted for him.

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Black Voters Start To Abandon Biden After Vaccine Mandate

President’s net approval rating among key Democratic constituency is down 12 points since Sept. 9 announcement

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Black Voters Start To Abandon Biden After Vaccine Mandate
  • 71% of Black voters approve of Biden’s job performance, down 5 points since the federal vaccine mandate, while the share who disapprove rose 7 points to 24%.
  • Biden’s net approval rating among unvaccinated Black voters has plummeted 17 points since before the rollout of the mandates.
  • 61% of Black voters approve of Biden’s handling of coronavirus, down 9 points since the end of August.

President Joe Biden’s sweeping federal rules to mandate vaccines hasn’t hurt him with the overall electorate, but it appears to have spurred a weakening of his standing with one of the most reliable pieces of the Democratic Party’s coalition: Black voters.

Since Morning Consult Political Intelligence surveys conducted immediately before Biden’s Sept. 9 mandate announcement, the president’s net approval rating – the share who approve of his job performance minus the share who disapprove – has fallen 12 percentage points among Black voters, driven by a 17-point drop among unvaccinated Black voters.

The September erosion accounted for more than two-fifths of the decline in perceptions of Biden’s job performance to date among Black voters, providing a stark warning sign for Democrats ahead of next year’s midterms. While Black voters, who helped push Biden over the top against President Donald Trump in key states last year, are unlikely to abandon the Democratic Party en masse to back Republicans on the ballot next year, low turnout from the group could have dire consequences for Democrats in Congress, who already face an early enthusiasm gap.

Biden is still popular with most Black voters, with 71 percent of them approving of his job performance, including 37 percent who do so strongly. But since Sept. 8, the share who disapprove of Biden’s job performance has increased 7 points, to 24 percent, and 14 percent said they “strongly disapprove.”

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Biden’s Approval Rating Hits New Low of 43%

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Biden’s Approval Rating Hits New Low of 43%
  • Biden’s rating down six points since August, 13 points since June
  • Independents’ approval of Biden is 37%, down from 55% in June
  • Kamala Harris’ 49% job approval rating matches Biden’s in 2009

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eight months after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, his job approval rating has fallen six percentage points to 43%, the lowest of his presidency. For the first time, a majority, 53%, now disapproves of Biden’s performance.

These findings are from a Sept. 1-17 Gallup poll that was conducted after the U.S. military evacuated more than 120,000 people from Afghanistan. The United States’ exit from the nation’s longest war was marred by the Taliban’s quick takeover of most of the country and a suicide bombing at the airport in Kabul, which killed 13 U.S. service members. Over the same period, COVID-19 infection rates, nationally, were surging, leading to hospital overflows in some regions.

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