CNN expressed dismay that the mounting indictments are having no negative impact on Donald Trump’s poll numbers, admitting he could win in 2024.
Writer Harry Enten appeared surprised that non-stop efforts to indict and prosecute Trump have not changed voter’s minds on who they want as president.
What also could be affecting Trump’s Poll numbers is how Biden has run the country since entering the White House amid soaring inflation, border chaos, which CNN appears to not be taking into account.
As Breitbart reported:
There is a “very real possibility” former President Donald Trump could win it all and return to the White House, CNN warned in a Sunday piece, observing the former president is in a “better position to win the general election” now than he was in 2020.
A CNN piece authored by Harry Enten warns the possibility of Trump winning the general election and returning to the White House is “very real,” despite the narrative of critics who surmise that the radical left wants Trump to be the nominee– a narrative wholly rejected by many conservatives, particularly in light of the Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) relentlessly targeting the former president and GOP frontrunner…
Despite the continued targeting of Trump, CNN observes that “Trump is not only in a historically strong position for a nonincumbent to win the Republican nomination, but he is in a better position to win the general election than at any point during the 2020 cycle and almost at any point during the 2016 cycle.”
It cites Trump’s domination in the polls, as he is garnering majority support in the primary in national and state-level polls.
Rasmussen Reports confirmed MSNBC’s Polling on Trump’s Primary Dominance, adding that “DeSantis Moving In Wrong Direction.”
Even Democrat Senator John Fetterman admitted Trump still has strong political pull in his state of Pennsylvania despite indictments.
“It doesn’t matter. I’m a senator, and I’m not sure how many times he’s been indicted,” Fetterman said.
“He’s been impeached twice. Has that changed anything?” he asked.
“You’re still seeing Trump signs everywhere in Pennsylvania. You have to respect his strength in all of that,” he said.
Last week, Trump declared criminal charges would not stop him from pursuing his 2024 White House bid.
“If going forward, right, you get these indictments, there ends up—you got a jury in D.C., you get convicted and sentenced—does that stop your campaign for president if you’re sentenced?” Fredericks asked Trump.
“Not at all. There’s nothing in the Constitution to say that it could,” Trump replied.
“Even the radical left crazies are saying, ‘No, that wouldn’t stop!’ And it wouldn’t stop me either.”