Donald Trump’s Campaign Defying Odds Despite Biden Administration’s Legal Assault

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The former President Donald Trump’s campaign continues to receive good news even though the Biden administration has not ceased its legal assault against him.

In Michigan, a state that Trump won in 2016 but lost to Biden in 2020 by about 154,000 votes, he has managed to pull even with President Joe Biden according to an Emerson College Polling survey released over the weekend.

The poll showed that when Green Party candidate Cornell West was included in the mix, Trump edged out Biden 43 percent to 41 percent with West garnering 4 percent. Four percent of voters backed someone else and 8 percent were undecided in this poll which also showed that Trump dominated the GOP primary field.

Far-left Democrats have voiced their concerns about West’s candidacy as a radical progressive potentially harming Biden’s chances and boosting those of another Republican if they face each other in a general election.

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) commented on his “very long record of service and academic thought leadership” while Representative Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) stated that “the stakes are too high this year” if Trump is re-nominated for president.

It appears that despite these concerns from far-left Democrats, Trump still has a strong lead when it comes to the GOP primary field.

According to an Emerson poll, he leads Florida Governor Ron DeSantis by 48 points alone in Michigan while also possessing wide margins above him in several other recent surveys.

Moreover, Sean Parnell, who ran for Pennsylvania Senate last year said before President Donald Trump held his rally there earlier this month that Republicans are narrowing down voter registration gaps with Democrats thanks to insight gleaned from a Pennsylvania Administration of Voter Registration 2022 Annual Report.

The study found Democratic registrants decreased while Republican registrants increased alongside unaffiliated or registered non-major party registrants increasing as well since 2018 across the Commonwealth ranging from 2.76% increase in Chester County to 9.6% decrease in Indiana County respectively.

Parnell concluded that all data taken into account indicate Pennsylvania may be more favorable for President Donald Trump come 2024 than it was two years ago during his previous campaign run against Joe Biden, where early July polls also show him polling strongly against Biden in various swing states.

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