For three years now, Democrats have been operating under the assumption that a majority of voters dislike President Trump as much as they do. They are mistaken.
Not only have Trump’s approval numbers continued to steadily improve, but the public obviously wants to hear what he has to say.
The town hall event he did with FOX News this week shattered records.
FOX News reports:
Fox News election town hall with Trump is most watched in cable history
Fox News’ town hall with President Trump on Thursday was the most-watched election town hall in cable news history, according to early Nielsen media research.
The event co-moderated by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum averaged 4.2 million viewers from 6:30-7:30 p.m. ET. The record-setting town hall dominated cable news, topping MSNBC’s 1.4 million viewers and CNN’s 1 million viewers combined.
Fox News also beat CNN and MSNBC combined in the key news demographic of adults age 25-54, averaging 744,000 during the town hall.
Trump, speaking with Baier and MacCallum in Joe Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pa., suggested that the new Democratic front-runner’s repeated gaffes could be a sign of a competency issue — honing a line of attack that Republicans are expected to repeatedly deploy if Biden becomes his party’s nominee.
The town hall covered an array of other topics, including stock market turbulence and deregulation. Out of the gate, Trump defended his administration’s response to the coronavirus outbreak, saying his decision to limit travel from China had averted a broader domestic crisis.
We are including the entire video of the event below for anyone who may have missed it or wants to view it again.
Here is PART I:
Here is PART II:
Here is PART III:
This should make Democrats very nervous.
Trump looks more inevitable to win reelection by the day.