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Trump Deeply Depressed: Knows His Re-Election is Doomed.

  • Wall Street Rebel | James DiGeorgia
  • 07/14/2020 5:44 PM
Trump Deeply Depressed: Knows His Re-Election is Doomed.

Bloomberg is reporting that President Trump isn’t making any effort to disguise his disappointment over the increasing likelihood that his plans to win and serve a second term have collapsed. 


July 14, 2020

United States COVID-19 Statistics

https://www.worldometers.info



Coronavirus Cases:

3,490,308

Active Cases:

1,801,384

Closed Cases:

1,550,471

Deaths:

138,453



New Cases Yesterday: July 13, 2020

Florida

12,624

Texas

9,156

California

8,350

Georgia

3,643

Tennessee

3,314

North Carolina

1,999

US Military

1,980

Alabama

1,958

Louisiana

1,705

South Carolina

1,520

Arizona

1,357

Washington

1,336

Ohio

1,263

Kansas

1,080

Virginia

972

Missouri

970

Illinois

883

Nevada

832


 

 

President Trump, according to a new Bloomberg news story, realizes his re-election is doomed thanks to the collapse of the U.S. economy, the resulting massive job losses, and his dismal management of the nation’s health crisis.

 

As polling numbers continue to stream in daily, show the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden taking leads both nationally and in swing states.  The swing states like Florida, Texas, Arizona, and North Carolina have traditionally leaned Republican.  Bloomberg is reporting the embattled president is now wallowing in self-pity in front of the press and public.

 

Bloomberg’s Josh Wingrove and Mario Parker, in their latest article, write President Trump lost the confidence he enjoyed since before his 2015 MAGA rallies due to the COVID-19 health crisis that is raging from one end of the country to the other. The Bloomberg article points out that Trump realizes the COVID-19 crisis has “Weakened the central plank of his campaign – the economy.”

 

More to the point, Bloomberg’s Josh Wingrove and Mario Parker point out that previous presidents remained stoic over their troubles. Those former presidents “kept those feelings to themselves and focused their public statements on the misfortunes of the electorate”…

“Trump’s frequent complaints of mistreatment show a leader unwilling to change tactics, even as polls show him trailing Democrat Joe Biden and even at the risk of losing his Republican Party’s Senate majority,” they wrote. “His poll numbers and approval rating have dropped as the concurrent crises focused attention on Trump and his response. Undaunted, he has continued to bend the narrative around himself personally even as Americans worry about the pandemics rising (infection and death) toll.”

Josh Wingrove and Mario Parker quote GOP consultant Charlie Black as saying Trump hasn’t done himself any favors leading up to the pandemic and failed to build up any goodwill from the voters who will now judge him in November. Says Black…

 “Most of the problems he’s had up until the virus were largely of his own making. He could use the economy to out-shout that. But now it’s harder.”

The Bloomberg reporters argue

“Trump’s interviews often veer back to himself. He brushed aside a Supreme Court decision last week that he didn’t have immunity from a New York investigation involving his personal finances. He pointed to an audit in declining to release his tax returns.”

Julian Zelizer, a political historian at Princeton University, backed Josh Wingrove and Mario Parker’s argument — citing Trump’s complaints about the coronavirus pandemic that occurred on his watch — by explaining in an email…

 “The president has not handled this well. He has politicized the solutions and separated himself from the science. The resurgence in the states is the clearest proof that the administration has failed to contain this virus.”

The president first exerted his strong political influence by some unparalleled mystic mastery to swing the GOP controlled Senate to his anti-Constitutional position before the pandemic. Now that there is a pandemic, the mystic control is waning with his private constituents as the realization is striking home as Americans are becoming severely ill and dying, that maybe Trump and his administration may not actually care about them. 

Trump has either strong-armed or bewitched many of our states elected governors into taking political positions contrary to the belief of leading medical experts, their state constituents, and “SCIENCE.”  Unfortunately, as the coronavirus escalates and “We the People” die so our elected officials can achieve some unspecified goals, we are saddened that President Trump is disappointed and depressed because 67% of Americans can see through his use of government to achieve his personal agenda and play unlimited golf.

 

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