Donald Trump bails out on buying Greenland and makes idiotic comments about American Jews as though they are not Americans. Trump’s decisions on taxes can’t save him or the economy anymore.
Is there a chance that Trump will be President 2020? Yes, but there hasn’t been a single round of elections in the last 100 years where a President is reelected at the time of recession.
- He is known for his obnoxious comments; for keeping a blind eye to the recession his Trade War is blowing the world towards.
- Trumps take on the gun laws hasn’t given a boost to his approval ratings.
- If you have ever read any of his tweets, it will be pretty obvious to you by now that he believes he is playing Monopoly. He desperately wants to win the game.
- What Trump doesn’t realise is that his trade war creates the world economy to fall as the days go by. Yes, the dollar is keeping the USA strong now but Trump may not be re-elected for it.
- President Trump’s conviction to the republican beliefs is fickle and he is known for not sticking to his guns.
- He is going to be hard to beat at the 2020 elections but even the believers of Trump lose confidence as days go by.
- Is there a chance that Trump will be President 2020? Yes, but there hasn’t been a single round of elections where a President is re-elected after leading the country to recession.
- The lack of a united democratic stand makes the situation better for Trump. But POTUS doesn’t resonate even with his voters anymore.
Where does Trump stand?
- Trump’s tax decision is appreciated by 34% of voters and 50% believe that he is a racist.
- Trump’s approval ratings are in the low 40s, at best at 45%. Disapproval ratings for the President on a good day is in the 50s and the highest has been 60%. This clearly signals that his time as POTUS may be over.
Trump’s loyalty; Trade war
- Trump has always followed through on his promise of imposing tariffs.
- The President of the US has China in a corner; the world is long overdue for a recession.
- The longest ever economic expansion is going to lead us right into the trap of economic breakdown.
- The inverted yield curve of the current macro-economies is a clear indicator of the upcoming recession.
- Trump is trying hard to make tax cuts and rate cuts but the reality is staring us in the face.
- Democrats know that beating Trump is hard; harder to put Trump back in the Oval come 2020.