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Trump’s poll numbers increase despite Joe Biden arresting him

Trump’s poll numbers increase despite Joe Biden arresting him

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Joe Biden weaponized the justice system to help him defeat Donald Trump.

But Biden got some bad news.

And Joe Biden’s plan to arrest Donald Trump backfired in this major way.

Anti-Trump special counsel Jack Smith finally brought his charges against Donald Trump.

Democrats were in shock over what happened next.

And Jack Smith will go crazy when he sees what Donald Trump just pulled off.

Democrats, the corporate media, and Never Trumpers all saw special counsel Jack Smith as their last best chance to derail Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Attorney General Merrick Garland picked Smith for a reason.

And critics believe Garland selected Smith because Smith is an aggressive Democrat prosecutor – who some see as abusive – who would understand that his job is to destroy Donald Trump with a sweeping indictment.

Prior to the indictment Donald Trump held a massive lead in the GOP primary and Real Clear Politics showed Donald Trump leading Joe Biden in a general election matchup.

Smith’s indictment appeared to backfire in spectacular fashion.

A CBS News poll after the indictment showed Trump growing his lead in the GOP primary to 38 points.

Democrats expected Trump to receive a bump in the primary as Republicans rallied around Trump in the wake of Joe Biden arresting him.

But what Democrats did not foresee was the fact that the indictment also boosted Trump in a matchup with Joe Biden.

A Harvard-Harris poll showed Trump leading Joe Biden by six points in a 2024 rematch.

“The poll, which was conducted following Trump’s arraignment on Tuesday on a 37-count federal indictment, shows that 45 percent of registered voters would back him over Biden, who raws 39 percent of support. Another 15 percent are undecided,” Breitbart reported.

Trump also pulled into a tie with Joe Biden in the critical swing state of Michigan.

In 2016, Trump became the first Republican to win Michigan since 1988.

Winning the Wolverine State served as the lynchpin of Trump breaking through the so-called “blue wall” – the states every Democrat presidential nominee won dating back to 1988.

The Harvard-Harris poll explained why Trump’s numbers rose in the wake of an indictment that could land Trump a 400-year prison sentence.

A majority of Americans see Smith’s indictment as politically motivated and an attempt to interfere in the 2024 election.


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