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Biden Campaign Gets Devastating News From Left-Wing MSM!

The Biden campaign continues to get bad news—they just can’t seem to catch a break.

Politico’s Playbook recently featured a poll showing President Trump leading Biden in four swing states and absolutely dominating the election by a landslide 292-246 electoral votes.

Moreover, the poll shows the 45th President beating out neocon Nikki Haley, California Governor Gavin Newsom, and Kamala Harris, as well as absolutely demolishing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

According to Politico’s Playbook, this has been the most comprehensive 2024 election poll conducted to date and the models show President Trump as the undisputed winner in 2024.

Pundit Rich Baris explained: “The model shows some especially important. Donald Trump is the only Republican who would win, and it doesn’t matter if he faces Biden, Harris, or Newsom. DeSantis gets demolished and Haley would be, too.”

Even CNN agreed that President Trump is leading Biden:

In Nevada, a state Biden narrowly carried in the 2020 presidential election, Trump boasts 52% support to Biden’s 41%.

Trump also tops Biden in Georgia, a state that was central to his ploy to overturn the last presidential election, with 49% to Biden’s 43%.

Trump leads Biden in Arizona, too, with 49% to the president’s 44%. In Michigan, Trump holds a 5-point lead as well: 48% to Biden’s 43%.

C-SPAN relayed White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s response when grilled about Joe Biden’s poor polling numbers.

CNBC and NBC reporter Carl Quintanilla likewise echoed the White House Press Secretary’s statements downplaying the viability of polls in elections.

The Atlantic, a far-left publication, opened up this recent piece by asking:

Why are President Joe Biden’s poll numbers so bad?

Is it because of interest rates? Inflation? Crime? The border?

Is it because he’s too progressive? Not progressive enough?


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