Donald Trump set to make HISTORY ahead of election in US President approval rating FIRST

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Anthony Scaramucci told Sky News that Donald Trump is set to lose the 2020 US Presidential election to Joe Biden. He added that Donald Trump will be the only US President out of the last 13 that never once in his term got an aggregate composite approval rating above 50 percent. 

Mr Scaramucci said: “Joe Biden is over 50 percent.

“Donald Trump is where he has always been, somewhere in the low 40s.

“He will be the first President in US history that did not get an aggregate composite approval rating of above 50 percent.

“That is in the modern era I should say.

“Out of the last 13 Presidents, he will be the only one that never once in his term got above 50 percent.”

However, a political commentator stated that Donald Trump may still win the 2020 US Presidential election despite being significantly behind Joe Biden in the polls.

Douglas Murray told talkRADIO Donald Trump voters in swing states may have been secretive about their intentions to back the current US President in the upcoming election.

He added that voting for President Trump in recent years has been seen as deplorable and so his supporters may not openly admit that they are planning to vote for him. 

Mr Murray said: “The number of people who have been saying consistently that they have not been telling anyone else that they want to vote for Trump.

“Now here is the thing, everybody who wants to vote for Biden is very open about the fact.”

He added: “But what about the Trump voters?


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“Trump voters in my experience in both Republican and Democrat areas are very quiet about the fact that they want to vote for the President again.

“Voting for Trump in recent years despite the fact he won in 2016 has been seen as deplorable.

“So many people do not want to admit openly to their neighbours, even to their spouses that they might be voting for the President.

“That is the really big unknowable in this election, will those people show up in sufficient numbers and give us all the biggest possible surprise.”

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