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 June 17, 2023

Donald Trump holds firm lead in Republican field even after criminal indictment

Former President Donald Trump has a firm lead for the Republican Presidential nomination despite his criminal indictment.

A new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll that was exclusively released to The Hill on Friday found that Donald Trump has the support of 59% of Republican voters compared to just 14% for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

This comes after Trump was indicted on federal charges for his classified documents case.

Mark Penn, the co-director of the Harvard CAPS-Harris Pol, explained "The indictment of former President Trump has had no impact on his support in the GOP primary as Ron DeSantis has even more ground to make up with the entry of so many new candidates."

Trump only getting stronger

Democrats hoping that the indictment would derail Trump's presidential aspirations were terribly disappointed as it seems he has only gotten stronger.

Donald Trump's schedule is just as busy as ever and after his arraignment on Tuesday he made a stop at a popular Cuban restaurant in Little Havana before jetting off to New Jersey for a dinner with donors.

Millions of Americans have been awakened by the indictment against Trump which has vindicated his accusations against the deep state of persecuting him.

Trump has also brought in millions in political donations since the indictment suggesting that the indictment has actually boosted Trump's campaign instead of derailing it like Democrats hoped it would.

Trump looks stronger than ever and Americans are angry and paying attention which is terrible news for President Joe Biden.

Many Democrats believed Republican voters would want Trump to drop out following his indictment. The opposite happened with an overwhelming majority of Republican voters against Trump dropping out of the race.

Biden is doomed

A rematch between President Biden and Donald Trump seems inevitable at this point as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis hasn't been able to gain on Trump despite the indictment.

With Trump likely winning the nomination next year, President Biden will have to debate Trump in front of the nation. Considering Biden can't make it through a press conference without notes, a debate sounds like a disaster.

Americans are fed up with President Biden as inflation has crushed American's savings and quality of life has dropped steeply.

It's beginning to look like President Biden's hopes for a 2nd term are doomed. Democrat's last hope was that indictment would stop Trump, and with that failing, the nightmare scenario of a 2nd Trump term is inevitable.

Written By:
Robert Hoel

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