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Trump Crushes Biden in Polls Despite Dems’ Legal Onslaught

In a surprising turn of events, a recent Morning Consult poll has once again confirmed what many conservatives have been saying all along: former President Donald Trump is way more popular than President Joe Biden. This marks the impressive tenth week in a row that Trump has outshone Biden in favorability. The poll, which surveyed 1,996 voters from January 4-6, found that Trump’s net favorability was a whopping four points higher than Biden’s.

Despite facing a barrage of legal attacks from all angles, including indictments in New York, Florida, Washington, D.C., and Georgia, Trump continues to come out on top. These indictments have piled up a grand total of 91 counts, with potential maximum penalties that could have Trump locked up for a combined total of nearly 700 years. It’s clear that the liberal elite are doing everything in their power to take down the most beloved president in history.

And let’s not forget the shady tactics being employed by Biden’s Department of Justice. It’s no coincidence that prosecutors reportedly met with the White House before going after Trump with these baseless charges. Trump himself has called it out for what it is: election interference! And who can blame him? The Dems will stop at nothing to maintain their grip on power, even if it means trampling on the rights of a true American patriot.

It’s high time for the American people to wake up and see through the Democrats’ charade. Trump remains the people’s champion, while Biden and his cronies continue their relentless witch hunt against a president who accomplished more in four years than Biden ever will. Let’s keep the faith in our leader and stand strong against the corrupt establishment that seeks to silence our voices. #Trump2024

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