At the age of 77, Donald Trump is still fighting to take back America from the Left. But everything just changed at the flip of a switch.
And Donald Trump just received these sobering test results.
Former President Trump has been the most persecuted president in the history of this nation.
Democrats want to throw him in jail for crimes they can’t prove or for actions every politician does.
In short, they want a two-tiered justice system where they can jail their political opponents.
And after all of the attacks, slander, and libel, it looks like it may finally start working.
According to a recent poll, Republican support for former President Donald Trump has plummeted since he was charged with 37 felony counts relating to his alleged mishandling and concealing of confidential White House records.
The new CNN poll, released on Tuesday and conducted entirely after the 77-year-old former president’s arraignment in a federal court in Miami, Fla., shows that support for his 2024 presidential candidacy, as well as positive views of him, have declined among Republican and Republican-leaning voters compared to last month.
According to the poll, 47% of Republicans and Republican-leaning registered voters want Trump to be the GOP’s standard-bearer in 2024, down from 53% in May.
In comparison, support for Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has remained stable since last month, with 26% backing the Sunshine State governor.
Former Vice President Mike Pence increased his support from 6% in May to 9% in the most recent CNN poll, while former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley fell 1 point to 5%.
South Carolina Senator Tim Scott won 4% of the vote, while former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie received 3% of the vote.
The remaining Republican primary candidates polled at or below 1%.
Trump’s favorability rating among Republican-aligned voters dipped from 77% in May to 67% following his second arraignment.
The proportion of Republicans who say they would not support Trump for president under any circumstances climbed from 16% in May to 23% in June.
DeSantis had a similar increase in the number of GOP-aligned voters refusing to support his candidacy, rising from 15% to 21% in June.
A majority of Americans, including 53% of Democrats, 67% of independents, and 92% of Republicans, believe politics played a factor in Trump’s indictment in the government’s confidential papers probe.
Only 26% of Republican and Republican-leaning voters believe Trump’s campaign should be ended as a result of being charged by special counsel Jack Smith.
Trump has vehemently denied any wrongdoing in his handling of White House documents after his presidency, arguing that he is subjected to a double standard in comparison to President Biden, whose alleged mishandling of classified information dating back to his Senate years and vice presidency is also being investigated by the Justice Department.
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