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President Trump Gets Great News In Michigan


Amid a sea of sham indictments and politically motivated litigation, President Trump continues to surge in the polls.

The latest polls from Michigan show the 45th President with a solid, 7-point lead over Joe Biden.

Additionally, the former President is the clear favorite for the 2024 GOP nomination in the eyes of Michigan residents.

According to the polling data, President Trump also leads DeSantis by an incredible 50-point lead—DeSantis is the closest competition for the 2024 nomination.

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Newsmax had more:

While Trump has helped Republicans solidify Florida and Ohio as red states, Michigan might be the new presidential election bellwether state.

Trump was the first Republican to win Michigan in nearly three decades in 2016’s defeat of Hillary Clinton before Biden claimed a narrow victory in 2020.

The Calvin Coolidge Project shared the good news and speculated as to whether or not Biden will even be the Democrat nominee for the 2024 Presidential election.

“Two polls came out today showing President Trump winning both Michigan and Pennsylvania. I have three thoughts.

First, the notion that Trump can’t win a general election is entirely false. Second, both polls are horrible for Biden. Do you honestly think he will be the nominee?

Third, McCormick can’t win against Casey. In other words, don’t waste money on him. Spend the money elsewhere. James Craig is in a strong position in both primary and general elections.”

Even New York Magazine, a left-wing publication, knows that Biden is in dire straits and likely cannot win in a general election.

Breitbart provided the methodology for the poll:

The poll sampled 600 likely voters, and the margin of error is plus or minus 4 percentage points.



 

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