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American writer John T Bennett says that President Donald Trump knows that he will lose the presidential election next November, and he is afraid of that, and he knows that his opponent, Democratic candidate Joe Biden, has scored 9.7 points at the national level, according to the average of many opinion polls .

He explained Bennett At his article Independent newspaper (Independent) British - that interview with presenter Maria Barteromo of "Fox Business Network " (Fox Business Network) Thursday morning, and opinion polls - not Hdha- Chi knowledge of Trump 's defeat .

He was angry when Bartiromo mentioned Democrat Hillarious Clinton, who strongly contested him in the 2016 presidential election, and protested forcefully on the phone in a vaguely and pessimistic manner, asking, “Why isn't Hillarious Clinton indicted ?!” Even when Bartiromo was clearly trying to finish the interview The phone call lasted about an hour .

In response to a question about whether his attempt to obtain congressional approval for the appointment of Judge Amy Connie Barrett to the Supreme Court was realistic in the next 25 days, Trump said, “Hillarious has illegally deleted 30,000 emails, so if people delete the emails in A real court case ... "

The writer commented that Trump's attempts to include Clinton - which conservatives hate strongly - in the 2020 elections, indicate despair, as he seemed to find it difficult to admit that the current race is with the former Vice President and not with Hillarious Clinton.

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American Writer: Trump Knows That He Will Lose The Elections And Is Afraid Of That

On October 10, 2020

American writer John T Bennett says that President Donald Trump knows that he will lose the presidential election next November, and he is afraid of that, and he knows that his opponent, Democratic candidate Joe Biden, has scored 9.7 points at the national level, according to the average of many opinion polls.

Bennett explained - in an article for the British Independent newspaper - that the interview given to him by the broadcaster Maria Bartiromo of the Fox Business Network on Thursday morning - and not only opinion polls - indicated that Trump knew about his loss.

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He was angry when Bartiromo mentioned Democrat Hillarious Clinton, who strongly contested him in the 2016 presidential election, and protested forcefully on the phone in a vaguely and pessimistic way, asking, “Why isn't Hillarious Clinton charged ?!” Even when Bartiromo was clearly trying to finish the interview The phone call lasted about an hour.

In response to a question about whether his attempt to secure congressional approval for the appointment of Judge Amy Connie Barrett to the Supreme Court was realistic over the next 25 days, Trump said , “Hillarious has illegally deleted 30,000 emails, so if people delete the emails at A real court case ... ”

The writer commented that Trump's attempts to include Clinton - which conservatives hate strongly - in the 2020 elections, indicate despair, as it seemed as if he was finding it difficult to admit that the current race is with former Vice President Joe Biden and not with Hillarious Clinton.

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British newspaper: Trump knows he will lose the election

2020-10-10 | 12:12
British newspaper: Trump knows he will lose the election
 
 
 
 
 
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American writer John T Bennett said that President Donald Trump knows that he will lose the presidential election next November, and he is afraid of that, and he knows that his rival, Democratic candidate Joe Biden, has scored 9.7 points at the national level, according to the average of many opinion polls.

Bennett explained - in an article for the British Independent newspaper - that the interview given by the anchor Maria Bartiromo From Fox Business Network (Fox Business NetworkThursday morning - and not only opinion polls - indicate Trump knows about his loss.
 

He was angry when I mentioned the Democratic candidate, Bartiromo Hillarious Clinton Which strongly challenged him in the 2016 presidential election, and protested forcefully on the phone in a vaguely and pessimistic manner, asking: “Why is Hillarious Clinton not being charged ?!” Even when Bartiromo was clearly trying to end the phone interview that lasted about an hour.

In response to a question about whether his attempt to obtain congressional approval for the appointment of Judge Amy Connie Barrett to the Supreme Court was realistic in the next 25 days, Trump said, “Hillarious has illegally deleted 30,000 emails, so if people delete the emails in A real court case ... "

The writer commented that Trump's attempts to include Clinton - which conservatives hate strongly - in the 2020 elections, indicate despair, as it seemed as if he was finding it difficult to admit that the current race is with the former Vice President and not with Hillarious Clinton.
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Not getting political here..I personally hate politics. I’m not a democrat nor a Republican so what I say is only neutral..

 

The only thing I will say is that Kim Clement said Trump will serve 2 terms.. And I have seen soo many things come to pass that Kim has said that I am a true believer in what he prophesied.. So I believe Trump will win. We will see..

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29 minutes ago, GregHi said:

Not getting political here..I personally hate politics. I’m not a democrat nor a Republican so what I say is only neutral..

 

The only thing I will say is that Kim Clement said Trump will serve 2 terms.. And I have seen soo many things come to pass that Kim has said that I am a true believer in what he prophesied.. So I believe Trump will win. We will see..

And he wasn't the only one.

On the face of it. Trump beat Hillarious with 7% of the black vote and about the same with the latino vote.  Now according to polls he's going to get at least 15% of the black vote and the Latino vote is going up between 2 to 4 %. And if that wasn't enough Trump is also getting a huge increase in the Jewish vote. There's no place for Biden to pick up those losses. In fact every poll Biden leads is less of a lead that Hillarious had. Trump ain't worried.  He's having a hard time not celebrating so early.  Even saying he'll pass a bigger stimulus package after the election.  Does that sound like he's worried? Does that sound like a lame duck President? Please. 

If a pollster called me I'd tell them I'm voting for Biden. Ha!

#Trumplandslaughter

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Trump was elected with 8 percent of the black vote, 28 percent of the Hispanic vote and 27 percent of the Asian-American vote, according to the Reuters/Ipsos Election Day poll.

Among black voters, his showing was comparable to the 9 percent captured by George W. Bush in 2000 and Ronald Reagan in 1984. But Bush and Reagan both did far better with Hispanic voters, capturing 35 percent and 34 percent, respectively, according to exit polling data compiled by the non-partisan Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.

And Trump’s performance among Asian-Americans was the worst of any winning presidential candidate since tracking of that demographic began in 1992.

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-polarization-analysis/trump-won-with-lowest-minority-vote-in-decades-fueling-divisions-idUSKBN13I10B

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4 minutes ago, Johnny Dinar said:

Trump was elected with 8 percent of the black vote, 28 percent of the Hispanic vote and 27 percent of the Asian-American vote, according to the Reuters/Ipsos Election Day poll.

Among black voters, his showing was comparable to the 9 percent captured by George W. Bush in 2000 and Ronald Reagan in 1984. But Bush and Reagan both did far better with Hispanic voters, capturing 35 percent and 34 percent, respectively, according to exit polling data compiled by the non-partisan Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.

And Trump’s performance among Asian-Americans was the worst of any winning presidential candidate since tracking of that demographic began in 1992.

 

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-polarization-analysis/trump-won-with-lowest-minority-vote-in-decades-fueling-divisions-idUSKBN13I10B

And he won. Again the black and Latino vote are going to be greater this time around.  Biden can't make up those losses.

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SEP. 8, 2020, AT 7:19 AM

A Big Chunk Of People Of Color And White People With Degrees Are Behind Trump

 

The overarching story of recent American elections is that 1) voters of color, who have long been Democratic-leaning, are a growing share of the electorate; 2) white voters with college degrees are increasingly shifting to the Democrats; and 3) white voters without degrees are aligning more with the GOP. But those trends, because they get so much focus, can warp our understanding of the electorate as it exists right now. Demographics are not yet destiny in American elections — millions of people don’t align with the party their race and ethnicity or education would predict. Case in point: In 2016, more than a third of President Trump’s support nationally came from non-Hispanic white Americans with college degrees (26 percent) and Asian, Black and Hispanic voters (12 percent), according to Pew Research Center data. On the flip side, about a quarter of Hillarious Clinton’s supporters were non-Hispanic white Americans without degrees.

White Americans without degrees aren’t as likely to vote for Trump as in 2016, according to polls — which partly explains why Biden leads in national polls and key swing states like Pennsylvania. But a big reason Trump could still win the Electoral College, despite the poor marks Americans give him for his handling of COVID-19 and his job performance overall, is that the Black, Hispanic and college-educated white voters who backed him in 2016 are largely still with him, particularly in key swing states.

 

In other words, while Trump is a radical departure from previous GOP candidates in terms of personal style and his frequent racist comments, voters haven’t radically changed their voting patterns amid his rise in U.S. politics — the Americans who voted for Mitt Romney in 2012 overwhelmingly backed Trump in 2016 (about 90 percent) and those who backed Trump in 2016 are overwhelmingly behind him in 2020 (about 94 percent).

That fact helps explain how Trump won in 2016 and why he might still come back in 2020. Here’s a more detailed look at those three groups:

College-educated white voters

Polls suggest white people with college degrees nationally are likely to be more supportive of Biden than they were Clinton. (Pew data suggests that Clinton won whites with degrees by 17 percentage points, while Biden leads among them by 23 percentage points.)

But Biden’s advantage with white Americans with college degrees varies a lot by state, and that’s key. In Democratic-leaning swing states such as Maine, New Hampshire and Minnesota, only about a third of white voters with college degrees are supporting Trump, according to recent polls. That’s why he may not win any of those three states, even as whites without degrees — one of the more pro-Trump demographic groups — account for the majority of voters in all three.1 This represents a continuation of what we’ve seen over the last four years — polls showed college-educated white voters in Maine and Minnesota, in particular, were significantly more Democratic-leaning than those in the rest of the country in 2016 and 2018.2

The good news for Trump is that white voters with degrees in the South remain more conservative-leaning than those in other regions of the country. Polls suggest a majority of white college graduates in Georgia and Texas prefer Trump over Biden — as do more than 40 percent in Florida and North Carolina. Again, this isn’t too surprising: In 2018, white liberals nationally and in their states were enamored with Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Texas Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke. But white college graduates overall preferred Abrams and O’Rourke’s GOP opponents — by double digits in both races.

White voters with degrees in Georgia and Texas remaining fairly pro-Trump is hugely important. If he were to lose either state, it would severely complicate his path to winning 270 electoral votes. But he’s effectively tied in Georgia and Texas — even as white voters without degrees are a clear minority of the electorate in both states (just 32 percent in Texas and 36 percent in Georgia).

 

Outside of the South, a clear majority of white college graduates prefer Biden to Trump in most battleground states. In fact, it’s likely that white voters with degrees will vote Democratic at higher rates than in any recent reelection. That said, at least a third of white college graduates are likely to back Trump in basically every swing state.

What’s keeping this bloc with Trump? Many of these voters are simply longtime Republicans who hold conservative views. But particularly in Georgia and Texas, it’s worth thinking about religion and race. Being white and also an evangelical Protestant is strongly correlated with voting Republican — much more so than being white and not having a college degree. According to data provided to us from the Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape polling initiative, Georgia ranks seventh among states in terms of the percentage of its white registered voters who are evangelical Protestants (about a third), with North Carolina 10th and Texas 13th. For comparison, Virginia is the state that backed Hillarious Clinton in 2016 with the highest percentage of its white registered voters who are evangelical Protestants — it was 17th among the 50 states by this measure.

In its surveys, Democracy Fund + UCLA Nationscape asks respondents their views on issues like whether they prefer their relatives to marry someone of the same race and whether they agree or disagree with statements like, “Generations of slavery and discrimination have created conditions that make it difficult for Blacks to work their way out of the lower class.” Robert Griffin, research director for the Democracy Fund Voter Study Group, analyzed responses to these questions to create an overall “score” for voters on their racial attitudes. Georgia’s white registered voters are more likely to express more negative sentiments about people of color than those in all but nine states. (So they are more likely than white registered voters in other states to reject the view that slavery and discrimination are holding back Black people and more likely to be unsupportive of their relatives dating people outside of their race.)

Florida (No. 11), Texas (No. 12) and North Carolina (No. 13) rank similarly on these measures of racial attitudes. Again, for comparison, the blue state where white registered voters hold the highest level of negative attitudes about minorities by this measure is Delaware, which is 17th highest of the 50 states.

So while white voters with college degrees are often portrayed as a monolith, and a Democratic monolith at that … they’re not. And that fact is crucial to Trump’s reelection chances.

Hispanic voters

Polls suggest between a quarter and a third of Hispanics nationally are backing Trump — fairly similar to 2016.3 And like in 2016, a sizable bloc of Hispanics in Arizona, Florida and Texas — three important swing states that have fairly large Hispanic electorates — are likely to back the president.4

Polls for the last two decades have shown about 30 percent of Hispanics identity as Republican. And despite his nasty rhetoric toward Mexico in particular, about as many Hispanics backed Trump as other recent Republican presidential nominees. As we wrote in 2018, there are plenty of explanations for that enduring pro-Trump Hispanic bloc: the anti-abortion views and Catholic and evangelical faiths of some Hispanic Americans ; the priorization of issues like jobs over immigration policy for many Hispanic voters, and the longtime courting of Hispanic voters by the GOP in Florida and Texas in particular.

But, again, the fact that the bottom hasn’t dropped out of Trump’s support among Hispanic voters is hugely significant to his continued competitiveness.

Black voters

Polls suggest about 10 percent of black voters both nationally and in key swing states with large black electorates are supporting Trump. That is similar to 2016 as well and again reflects broader partisan dynamics — surveys over the last three decades have shown about one of every 10 Black Americans identifies as a Republican.

If the race is really tight, Trump’s maintaining this sliver of Black support could be critical. In an analysis of the 2016 election, Griffin, John Halpin and Ruy Teixeira argued that Clinton would have won Michigan and Pennsylvania if Black voters in those states had supported her at the levels they did Barack Obama. (About 95 percent of black voters in those states backed Obama, and about 90 percent supported Clinton.)

I don’t want to belabor that point too much — the Clinton-Trump matchup in those two states was so close that basically any increase in support among any demographic group would have won it for Clinton. And it’s not surprising that black voters supported Obama, the first-ever Black president, at slightly higher levels than they did Clinton. But again, the bottom hasn’t fallen out for Trump among Black voters — he is basically as popular as previous GOP candidates.


Last month’s Republican National Convention featured a lot of non-white speakers for a party whose voters are more than 80 percent white, and I think this analysis explains why. In theory, Trump could win this election by further growing the GOP’s advantage among white voters without degrees, who are likely to represent more than 40 percent of the electorate. That might happen to some extent, particularly among white men. But polls suggest that white women without degrees won’t be as GOP-leaning in 2020 as they were in 2016, either because they like Biden more than Clinton, have grown tired of Trump or some combination of both. So Trump probably needs the white college graduates and Black and Hispanic voters who backed him in 2016, and perhaps a few more, to back him again to win this election. And they might.

 

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/a-big-chunk-of-white-americans-with-degrees-and-people-of-color-are-behind-trump/

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And he won. Again the black and Latino vote are going to be greater this time around.  

 

I just dropped a great article and you are correct he is doing well in some of your demos, but he will never see 15% of the black vote... Not even Reagan got that many... But his is doing pretty good in some regards...

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7 minutes ago, Johnny Dinar said:

 

I just dropped a great article and you are correct he is doing well in some of your demos, but he will never see 15% of the black vote... Not even Reagan got that many... But his is doing pretty good in some regards...

I've seen some black pundits predict 30 % in their own demo. But I would probably not go that high. But you never know with the climate today. I come from a mixed race family who were Obama voters mostly.  Now they only talk about voting for Trump since the rioting started months ago. They're pissed off and it's going to show on election day 

And the Left with their radical socialist agenda is pushing Latin voters to Trump. 

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9 minutes ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

Have you seen Cali lately? 

 

TRUMP WILL WIN CALIFORNIA 

 

 

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LGD I can't believe it bu pray  he does, the left would be out of thier mind more so

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Trump will win in a Landslide!!!

 

Why would anyone vote for a candidate that will not say if he will end fracking in Texas, Ohio, and Pennsylvania?  Why would anyone vote for a candidate who will not answer the basic questions about packing the Supreme Court, getting rid of the Electoral College, and giving Statehood to Puerto Rico and Washington DC.  

 

Why would anyone vote for someone who ,

 

Wants Socialism/Communism 

To get rid of the 2nd Amendment (and probably the 1st Amendment too)

That has sold out to China.  CV came from China 

Who is obviously not mentally competent to be President 

Who was part of the Spygate Coup Cabal

Who believes in Open Borders, Sanctuary Cities, and illegals voting.

Who wants to Raise Taxes

Who wants to allow Iran to have Nuclear Weapons

Who will not denounce Antifa and BLM

Who wants to Defund the Police and who always sides with the Looters

 

If you don’t like President Trump I understand but I will tell you something you better never forget.  

 

You only get to vote ONE time for a Socialist/Communist.  

 

Once elected they they will not leave and your basic Freedoms will be gone Forever or until a Rebellion throws them out!!!

 

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Trump delivers White House remarks in first public event since testing positive for COVID-19

Courtney Subramanian, USA TODAY 46 mins ago
 
 
 
 
 

Trump delivers White House remarks in first public event since testing positive for COVID-19
 
 
 
 
 
 

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump is set to deliver remarks from the White House South Lawn balcony on Saturday in his first public event since testing positive for COVID-19 more than a week ago. 

 
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"Black and Latino Americans are rejecting the Radical Socialist Left and they are embracing our pro-jobs, pro-worker, pro-police, and PRO-AMERICAN agenda," Trump is expected to say, according to excerpts of his speech released by the White House. 

In order to protect the lives of Black Americans and all Americans, "we must support the police," Trump will say. 

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"If the left gains power, they will launch a nationwide crusade against law enforcement – taking away their funds, their firearms, and their fundamental authorities," he is expected to say.

Trump is scheduled to speak before hundreds of people in an event billed as a "peaceful protest for law and order" even as the White House continues to deal with an outbreak of the coronavirus that has infected several of the president's personal aides. 

 

The president said Friday he was "medication-free" in an interview with Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel, but added that he didn't know the results of his most recent coronavirus test, which he said was administered earlier on Friday. He told Siegel he was "either at the bottom of the scale or free”" of coronavirus and said he was being tested every few days.

The White House has repeatedly declined to say when Trump last tested negative for COVID-19 prior to his positive test result last Thursday that resulted in a three-night stay at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

In his Fox News interview, Trump said he was hospitalized because he "didn't feel strong" but claimed he didn't have trouble breathing. The president's doctors said they administered supplemental oxygen last Friday after Trump experienced a drop in blood oxygen levels.

"I didn’t have a problem with breathing, which a lot of people seemed to have. I had none of that. I didn’t feel very strong. I didn’t feel very vital. I didn’t feel like the president of the U.S. should feel."

Trump has not been seen publicly since his release on Monday, except for his Fox interview and a series of videos released by the White House throughout the week. 

A White House memo released Thursday night announced that Trump had completed his course of therapy for COVID-19 "as prescribed by his team of physicians." White House physician Dr. Sean Conley cleared Trump to return to public life on Saturday, 10 days since his diagnosis.

© Jose Luis Magana, AP Supporters of President Donald Trump rally at The Ellipse, before entering to The White House, where Trump will hold an event on the South lawn on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2020, in Washington.

The event takes place not far from a Sept. 26 ceremony to mark the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, which may have resulted in a "super spreader" event as several attendees tested positive. 

 

Video: Trump falsely claims he's cured and plans new campaign events (MSNBC)

 
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An official said precautions would be taken to maintain the safety of the crowd at Saturday's event. All attendees must bring a mask and will be instructed to wear it on the White House complex. They also must submit to a Covid-19 screening, which will include a temperature check and a brief questionnaire.

Trump has faced criticism for using the White House for political events, but White House spokesman Judd Deere told reporters the event was "an official event." 

"The campaign is not involved in this," he said. 

The event kicks off Trump's return to the campaign trail as he tries to regain momentum with a little more than three weeks until Election Day on Nov. 3. The president will hold a rally in Sanford, Florida, on Monday – his first such rally since Sept. 30  – as well as one in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on Tuesday and in Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday.

The Florida rally had originally been scheduled for Oct. 2, but was canceled after Trump was hospitalized with COVID-19.

His remarks come as a New York Times investigation into the president's tax records found that he engineered a windfall of more than $21 million during his 2016 presidential bid. The report claims that a Las Vegas hotel that he co-owns with casino mogul Phil Ruffin made payments to several companies that Trump controls that eventually flowed directly to Trump. 

Deere, the president's spokesman, called the report "more fake news." 

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/elections/2020/10/10/trump-holds-first-white-house-event-since-testing-positive-covid-19/5952907002/

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26 minutes ago, Mary B said:

LGD I can't believe it bu pray  he does, the left would be out of thier mind more so

Right now Trump is carrying nearly 30% of the Hispanic vote and that is suspected to 

go higher. If that is the case, then yes Cali is now in play. 

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7 minutes ago, ladyGrace'sDaddy said:

Right now Trump is carrying nearly 30% of the Hispanic vote and that is suspected to 

go higher. If that is the case, then yes Cali is now in play. 

 

Trump will win Florida and Texas because many Hispanics from Cuba and other Socialist Countries do not like what the Dems are selling.  They left their own Countries to escape that tyranny.  BTW, they will also probably vote more than once since they learned how to do that in previous elections. 😉

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