Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Donald Trump’s Rocky Anti-Gun Reelection Road

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President Donald Trump just announced plans to seek reelection in 2020, and appointed digital guru Brad Parscale as his campaign chief.
Well and good. And Rasmussen says similarly — the polling road to his reelection’s got the all clear, at least on the Republican and unaffiliated voters’ front. But if Trump doesn’t reel in his gun control rhetoric, conservatives aren’t going to back him for long.
That’s not Rasmussen speaking, that’s common sense.
Rasmussen Reports, in the aftermath of Trump’s announced reelection, wrote this, of its survey findings: “If the presidential election were held today, President Trump would carry Republicans and unaffiliated voters, but Democrats would reject him in droves. … [Trump] announced his intention to seek reelection, and 44% of all Likely U.S. voters say they would be more likely to vote for him if they had to vote now.”
Slightly more, 47 percent, said they’d vote for the Democratic candidate instead of Trump — meaning, his potential lead over the most popular pick for the left, Joe Biden, is tenuous at best.
Meaning, he can’t afford to say things like this, in the wake of Florida’s horrendous shooting death of 17 school students and staffers: “I like taking the guns early, like in this crazy man’s case that just took place in Florida … to go to court would have taken a long time,” the Hill noted.
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