Trump ruined Obama’s Christmas by getting unthinkable news that changes everything
President Donald Trump has made major strides towards destroying the legacy of Barack Obama.
America is far better off for it.
And Trump just ruined Obama’s Christmas by getting unthinkable news that changes everything.
President Donald Trump is the third President in history to be impeached.
One would think Democrats would be celebrating this.
But in reality, their impeachment hoax is doing nothing but hurting them.
This is proven by Trump’s approval rating soaring massively despite being impeached, with it reaching a level higher than it was at the same point of Obama’s presidency.
The latest Gallup poll shows his approval sitting at 45 percent, while Obama’s was at 42 percent at the same point.
Breitbart News reports:
“President Donald Trump’s approval rating has soared past that of ex-President Barack Obama’s at the same point in his administration, defying negative sterotypes driven by opponents as he became only the third president in U.S. history to be impeached.
Trump’s job approval rating 151 weeks into his presidency sits at 45 percent, as revealed by a Gallup poll last Wednesday. That puts Trump three points higher than the 42 percent approval rating Gallup found for Obama at the same point of his presidency.
Gallup’s poll recorded a similar job disapproval rating for both presidents 151 weeks into their administrations. Some 51 percent of voters said they disapprove of Trump’s performance in a Gallup poll conducted Dec. 2-15, compared with 50 percent of voters saying they disapproved of Obama’s performance in a Dec. 12-18, 2011 Gallup poll.
Trump’s approval rating has climbed six percentage points since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi opened an impeachment inquiry against him in September.
House Democrats subsequently voted to impeach President Donald Trump last Wednesday after the House passed article one of H.R. 755, which charges Trump with abusing the office of the presidency.”
Of course, when it comes to President Trump, polls almost always score him a number of points lower than they actually are.
Prior to the 2016 election, pollsters listed Hillary Clinton with a 95 percent chance of beating President Trump.
But that didn’t work out for them.
In reality, his approval is almost certainly well above 50 percent.