Let’s just start calling it The GOT!
Everyone loves the guy, and the RINO establishment just can’t handle the truth. The people want Trump, 73% of conservative people to be precise.
And why shouldn’t we?
He was a FANTASTIC President. Record unemployment, the continuation of a wild bull market, peace in the middle east, no foriegn wars, and he tells it like it is.
Did I mention the fact that he didn’t have dementia, or peddle establishment deep state propaganda?
The people are tired of perfect comb-overs, doctored speeches, and blatant lies from the establishment.
He is the best President I have ever seen in my lifetime, and he drives the left into an apoplectic seizure, what more could you want?
Check it out:
Across the board, a plurality of likely voters, 45 percent, said the party should be “more like former President Trump,” compared to 42 percent who said it should be “more like the average GOP member of Congress.” Among Republicans specifically, 72 percent say the party should be more like Trump, compared to 20 percent who said it should be more like a GOP member of Congress. A plurality of voters unaffiliated with either major political party also indicated that the GOP should be more like Trump moving forward, 44 percent to the 39 percent who disagreed.
Notably, 65 percent of Democrats believe that the Republican Party should be “more like the average GOP member of Congress.”
When asked to choose between the statements “Donald Trump is still the kind of leader the Republican Party needs” and “Republicans need to get away from the legacy of Donald Trump,” 73 percent of Republicans chose the former.
Politico had a related report:
While Trump’s overall favorability rating is an abysmal 34% in our latest poll, 81% of Republican respondents gave him positive marks. Trump was at 77% approval among Republicans on Jan. 7 and 74% on Jan. 25.
This new poll comes as the most prominent elected Republican, Senate Minority Leader MITCH MCCONNELL, has begun a post-impeachment effort to loosen Trump’s grip on the party. While McConnell wrote in a WSJ op-ed Monday that he was bound by the Constitution to acquit Trump because he’s out of office, he’s also made clear he’s prepared to take on Trump-backed Senate candidates in 2022 when they risk blowing winnable races.
Though the 2024 primary is still far off — who knows what will happen with Trump three months from now, let alone in three years? — he currently swamps any potential rival. Fifty-three percent of Republicans said they would vote for Trump if the primary were held today.