Former President Donald Trump called out Fox News’ Laura Ingraham for betraying him and his loyal fans by airing a segment suggesting that former Florida Governor Ron DeSantis might be a better candidate against Joe Biden for the upcoming presidential race. In true conservative fashion, Trump took to his social media platform, Truth Social, to let his supporters know that they should ditch Fox News and start watching Newsmax instead. He even went the extra mile to recommend Greg Kelly’s show on Newsmax, offering an endorsement that will surely boost Kelly’s ratings.
🔥🔥NEW: Trump Urges Supporters To Turn Off Laura Ingraham, Switch To Newsmax🔥🔥https://t.co/1G7KC9rnHJ
— 🇺🇸🇺🇸Josh Dunlap🇺🇲🇺🇲 ULTRA-MAGA (@JDunlap1974) May 24, 2023
And the latest Harvard-Harris poll only confirms what Trump has been saying all along. The poll shows that Trump is way ahead of Biden in terms of popularity and support for the next presidential election, with a 7% increase from previous surveys. Trump has 47% of the support, while Biden lags behind with only 40%. And when it comes to Vice President Kamala Harris, the numbers are even worse, with Trump leading 50% to her meager 39%.
Furthermore, the poll reveals the utter discontent that Americans have with the current administration. Two-thirds of respondents believe that the U.S. economy is heading in the wrong direction, and half report that their personal finances are worsening. Biden’s approval ratings are stagnant, and the Republican and Democrat Parties have equal approval ratings at 47%, while congressional approval stands at 36%. The American people are fed up with inflation, immigration, and national debt, and understandably so.
It’s time for America to wake up and realize that Trump is the true leader that they need. He has always put America first, and his policies have worked. It’s time for Trump to return to the White House and put an end to the disastrous policies of the Democrats. Newsmax is the way to go, folks. Turn off Fox News and tune in to the truth.
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