On Wednesday, President Trump held a massive campaign rally in Panama City Beach, Florida which drew in thousands of supporters.
The President has had a very successful few weeks. He seems to be winning on all ends, especially the major win regarding the Mueller report which proved that the Trump campaign in no way colluded with the Russian government.
When entering the stadium, President Trump was met with the crowd chanting, “FOUR MORE YEARS.”
The Trump Train is clearly alive and well and more powerful than ever. Support for President Trump has never been better.
The President’s approval rating is soaring as well. Gallup has his approval at 46% but many other polls have him in the 50% range. Check out what The Hill reported:
President Trump’s approval rating reached new heights in the second half of April, according to the Gallup poll, as nearly half of voters gave him positive marks.
Trump’s approval rating ticked up to 46 percent, up slightly from 45 percent in the first part of April and the highest mark to date for Trump in the Gallup poll.
It comes on the heels of strong economic numbers and the largely favorable outcome of the Russia investigation.
Trump remains overwhelmingly popular among Republicans, 91 percent of whom gave the president positive marks in the latest Gallup poll. That figure falls just short of the record high of 92 percent approval among GOP respondents, reached in a Gallup survey in November.
He is also blowing his competition out of the water when it comes to donors, specifically women donors.
According to recent FEC data, more women have donated to President Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign than any of the Democratic presidential candidates. A total narrative destroyer for the far Left media.
According to the Daily Caller, “10,375 women have donated to Trump in the first quarter of 2019, more than double the nearest Democratic challenger. California Sen. Kamala Harris had the second highest number of female donors with 3,850.”
Trump’s average donation per woman donor is also much lower than his top female opponents. New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s average donation was $1,321, and Sen. Harris’s average was $935 per woman respectively, while Trump’s donors average out to $141.
The data, compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics, uses publicly available contribution information from the Federal Elections Commission (FEC). Individual donors are only itemized with the FEC once they reach at least $200 in donations to a particular candidate.
BOOM! The 2020 election is just around the corner and things couldn’t be looking better for President Trump. His support is through the roof and it only seems to be growing!