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More dirty leftist crap slapped down.

“The arena in Minneapolis has been fully approved. The Target Center has backed off cancelling the contract, which means President Trump’s Keep America Great rally will go on as scheduled,” Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement issued on Tuesday afternoon.

“Consistent with our original agreement with the venue, the Trump campaign has not agreed to pay any additional funds. We look forward to seeing everyone Thursday night,” Parscale concluded.
Any city stupid enough to let trump hold a rally, after he has stiffed city after city for the bill, due to collect, and thumbing his orange snout at them..deserves to allow him to come in, then get stuck paying the bill.
 

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Any city stupid enough to let trump hold a rally, after he has stiffed city after city for the bill, due to collect, and thumbing his orange snout at them..deserves to allow him to come in, then get stuck paying the bill.
Apparently Minneanapolis are the next on the list of suckers to get azz raped by Don the Con.
 

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I should start selling new wristbands. Instead of saying WWJD, they would say WWJH...."Who Would Jesus Hate?"

I hope their "Gawd" is looking down upon them and saying "Y'all leave me out of this...I ain't got nothin' to do with it."

Most white evangelicals will support Trump regardless of personal conduct, poll finds

https://www.christianpost.com/news/most-white-evangelicals-will-support-trump-regardless-of-personal-conduct-poll-finds-233524/?fbclid=IwAR14C4_K0zvAbHim5yJ58eHPmEM4St5RRi2XC1DV1sdCkNggJKrSisM7CtI
 

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Palindromic prime, itself the sum of five consecutive primes, multiplied by the first non trivial square and the prime that follows it. 2020
 

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One year to go as of today

My [worthless] prediction:

He wins and things go entirely off the rails in terms of decency, democracy and established political norms

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He loses, has a tantrum, resigns after numerous outbursts and challenges, Pence the new Prez pardons DJT for all past sins
 

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New National Poll Shows Top Democratic Candidates With Double-Digit Leads Over Trump


A new Washington Post–ABC News poll Tuesday surveying hypothetical matchups between President Donald Trump and the top Democratic challengers shows each potential opponent with a significant lead, as support for the president has eroded among independents, a group he narrowly won in 2016. The results show a national political landscape that poses significant challenges to reelection for Trump, who will likely have to rely on a narrow path that uses the Electoral College to his advantage by eking out close wins in the states he won in 2016 while likely getting routed in Democratic strongholds.

The hypothetical head-to-head matchups gave Joe Biden the biggest advantage of the five candidates mentioned to registered voters. The former vice president leads Trump by a whopping 17 points among independent voters, according to the Post. The head-to-head results are:

• Joe Biden: +17 (56 percent to Trump’s 39 percent)
• Elizabeth Warren: +15 (55 percent to 40 percent)
• Bernie Sanders: +14 (55 percent to 41 percent)
• Pete Buttigieg: +11 (52 percent to 41 percent)
• Kamala Harris: +9 (51 percent to 42 percent)

Another potentially troubling sign for the president nestled in the survey is that nearly a third (30 percent) of self-identified Republican leaners polled said they would prefer that the Republican Party choose a different nominee, and a quarter (24 percent) said they felt strongly that the GOP should replace Trump on the ticket. While Trump still racks up near-universal support numbers from Republican voters, the poll shows significant and continued dissatisfaction within the GOP. While that doesn’t mean these voters will go for Democrats, it does mean they might stay home. That could prove costly, for if Trump’s support wanes within his party by even a fraction, it could tip close Rust Belt states the other direction.
 

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Fox News Poll results October 27-30, 2019


According to a new Fox News poll, released on Sunday, voters would prefer to see Hillary Clinton win the 2020 election over Trump, and she hasn't even announced a bid for the race. In a head-to-head between Clinton and Trump, the poll showed that 43 percent of respondents said they would vote for Clinton, compared to just 41 percent for Trump. Five percent indicated they would not vote at all and nine percent chose "other."

Despite Clinton being favored over Trump, the 2016 Democratic nominee was still behind the three 2020 Democratic frontrunners, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, all of whom beat the current Republican president in a head-to-head with greater margins than Clinton.

The hypothetical matchup shows Biden ahead of Trump by 12 points, with 51 percent of respondents saying they would vote for the former Vice President if the election was held today, compared to only 39 percent that say they would back Trump.

Warren and Sanders also lead Trump by a smaller difference.

According to the poll, 49 percent of respondents said they would choose Sanders in a matchup, while 41 percent said they would support Trump. The poll also showed that 46 percent said they would back Warren, and 41 percent said they would vote for Trump.

Despite losing to all three Democratic frontrunners, Trump tied with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a second-tier Democratic candidate, with both pulling in 41 percent in a head-to-head match up.
The poll sampled 1040 registered voters by phone between October 27-30, 2019.
 

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this Deval Patrick guy getting into the race is impressive. I had never even heard of him.
 

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Cárdenas did not return a call or text message, but two friends familiar with her thinking told POLITICO that she felt the campaign wasn’t heeding her advice on immigration as she tried to reach out to Latino groups that have had longstanding concerns with the former vice president’s rhetoric and record stemming from the Obama administration.
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“The campaign is just hyper-focused on whites in Iowa and African-Americans and it placed less value on Latino outreach,” an immigration activist and friend who spoke with her told POLITICO.

“Vanessa kept banging her head against the wall trying to get them to take the community more seriously,” the friend, who wasn’t authorized to speak on her behalf, said. “And Biden just really won’t change when it comes to the way he talks about immigration. It became too much.”


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At a South Carolina event on Thursday, Biden ended up in a widely publicized clash with Carlos Rojas, an immigration activist with the group Movimiento Cosecha, who wanted the candidate to pledge to halt deportations.

"No. I will not stop all deportations. I will prioritize deportations, only people who have committed a felony or serious crime,” Biden told Rojas.

Rojas then told Biden that he had volunteered for the Obama-Biden campaign in 2008 but became disenchanted with the Obama administration because “over those 8 years, there were 3 million people that were deported and separated from their families.”

“You should vote for Trump,” Biden cut in.

The exchange, which occurred after Cárdenas had quit, underscored her concerns with the campaign, a second friend told POLITICO.
 
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