President Donald J. Trump received incredible approval rating numbers yesterday, solidifying his success during what has been an outstandingly conservative 18 months in office.
Trump’s approval rating spiked to 50 percent yesterday, according to Rasmussen Polls. President Barack H. Obama only had a 45 percent approval rating at the same point during his presidency.
“The latest Rasmussen Reports poll, which has often reflected higher approval ratings for Trump than most other major polls, pegged Trump’s latest rating at 50 percent,” said Newsweek, attempting to slight the President for his success. “In August 2010, Obama earned a 45 percent approval rating.”
According to Newsweek, the poll “drew results from 1,500 likely voters between Monday and Wednesday and had a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.”
It appears that Americans are responding well to Trump’s policy platitudes. He has successfully lowered the personal and corporate tax rate, withdrawn from international agreements that would have hurt Americans like the TPP and Paris Climate Accord, negotiated peace in the Korean Peninsula, stood up to Russia by crushing their allies in Syria, and is in the process of sorting out tariffs and trade deficits with China and the European Union.
He has taken a hardline stance on the deportation of illegal immigrants by allowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement to actually follow the law, and has rounded up suspected human traffickers in droves.
Meanwhile, total unemployment is at its lowest rate in a century, and lowest ever for Hispanics and African Americans. America now has more jobs than people to fill them.
If the mainstream media weren’t the enemy of the American people, brainwashing them with anti-Trump rhetoric and stoking race hatred on a daily basis, Trump’s approval rating might well be 70 or 80 percent.
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