Here’s a story you won’t see on CNN.
At the time of Trump’s departure from the White House, his approval rating is higher than Joe Biden’s just as he’s coming into office.
What an embarrassment for Democrats and the media.
John Nolte writes at Breitbart News:
Nolte: Trump’s Exit Approval Rating Higher than Biden’s Entrance Approval Rating
Rasmussen Reports, one of only about three reputable pollsters out there, found that His Fraudulency Joe Biden’s first ever job approval rating as president is a pathetic 48 percent. Get this…
President Trump’s exit approval rating was 51 percent.
It gets even better…
When President Trump took office in 2017, his first job approval rating in this same poll was 56 percent, which is eight points higher than His Fraudulency’s 48 percent.
Hell, even Barry Obama entered office with a 67 percent approval rating back in ’09.
The more you look at these numbers, the worse they are for Biden.
When President Trump entered office, his disapproval rating was 44 percent. Biden’s disapproval rating is 45 percent.
When President Trump entered office, 38 percent strongly approved and 36 percent strongly disapproved. Biden is entering office with both of those numbers in worse shape: only 36 percent strongly approve, while 38 percent strongly disapprove.
That’s just fantastic.
.@Rasmussen_Poll's first Presidential Daily Tracking Poll of likely voters, the new Democratic president starts at 48% approve, 45% disapprove.
Trump opened with a 56% approval rating. Just 44% disapproved.https://t.co/bt7Z78jnNQ
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 22, 2021
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) January 22, 2021
Trump is also leaving office with a higher approval rating than Bush.
Fixed It: "The most recent poll included in the RealClear average, from Rasmussen & conducted ** Jan. 17-19, shows Trump with a 51 percent ** approval rating."
Trump Set To Leave Office With A Higher Approval Rating Than Bush https://t.co/nvjhb79fIs
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) January 19, 2021
This just goes to show the disconnect between Washington and the American people.