On the anniversary of the great and powerful former President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would run for president once again, the atmosphere was electric with anticipation and excitement. The left-wing liberal media may be in disarray and denial, but the truth is that Trump is dominating the political arena once more with his bold move to reclaim the White House in 2024.
Despite the lack of a red wave in the recent midterms and the losses of Trump-endorsed candidates, the man with the golden mane has confidently taken the lead in the polls for the Republican presidential primary. He’s not just leading among his Republican peers but is also edging out President Joe Biden in a potential rematch of the 2020 election.
RealClearPolitics has Trump soaring at 58.6 percent in the Republican primary, with a massive +43.8 spread. Meanwhile, a Yahoo!/YouGov poll revealed that a majority of Democratic respondents are seeking “someone else” to challenge Biden, showing grave doubts about the current president’s capabilities. Even among Biden’s own supporters, concerns about his age and competency are taking root, with a shrinking 51 percent still favoring him for 2024.
The grand ol’ party is firmly behind Trump, with 56 percent of Republicans and Independents who lean Republican endorsing his run. The poll also shows Trump leading in a general election matchup against Biden, with 44 percent of registered voters rallying behind the MAGA movement and only 42 percent supporting the ailing Biden administration.
This powerful surge of support for Trump comes amid growing concerns about Biden’s age and competence, with a notable 54 percent of Americans expressing doubts about the 80-year-old president’s fitness to lead the nation. And the numbers don’t lie—when it comes to presidential fitness, more Americans believe in the vigor and strength of Trump over Biden.
Despite the Democrats’ feeble attempts to highlight Biden’s legislative achievements, the people aren’t buying it. A staggering majority have barely heard about Biden’s supposed accomplishments, while they are acutely aware of his physical and verbal blunders. The fact that fewer than a quarter of Americans believe Biden has achieved “a lot” as president is a damning indictment of his lackluster performance.
Furthermore, the stark contrast between Trump’s authoritative leadership and Biden’s perceived passivity is resonating with the American people. A commanding 58 percent believe Trump was “mostly in charge” during his presidency, while a paltry 28 percent attribute the same sense of control to Biden.
The list of troubles for Biden doesn’t end there. A whopping 58 percent of registered voters disapprove of his handling of the presidency, matching the number of participants with an unfavorable view of his leadership. And for the cherry on top, 52 percent of respondents express varying degrees of concern about Biden’s age and mental acuity, with 56 percent outright doubting his competence to carry out the duties of the president.
As the crowd chants “Trump! Trump! Trump!” and the energy of the MAGA movement reverberates across the nation, it’s evident that Trump’s dominance in the GOP primary and the general election is all but guaranteed. The Trump campaign is buoyed by the growing momentum, confidently proclaiming that he will reclaim the White House in 2024. With the Democrats floundering and Trump supporters rallying behind their fearless leader, the stage is set for an epic showdown that promises to be one for the history books.