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Trump reportedly in a fragile state and may drop out of 2020 race due to poor ratings – FoxNews

by Ayodeji Onibalusi
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According to a FoxNews report, some Republican party insiders and rumors going around in Washington DC, American President, Donald J Trump is allegedly in a “fragile” state and may drop his 2020 bid if his ratings do not improve.

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The US economic fallout and massive job loss sustained by millions of Americans due to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the US President’s massive failure to properly handle Black Lives Matter protests that erupted due to the police murder of George Floyd have tanked Trump’s 2020 prospects.

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The ratings are reportedly so poor, the US President is feeling the impact, the inside sources claimed, OYOGist.com has learnt.

While a tracker of 2020 polls by RealClear Politics has shown that Trump trails behind Joe Biden in “almost all states”, Charles Gasparino of FoxNews said a GOP insider reportedly told him that the US President’s mood is “fragile” and may drop out of the race if the polls don’t rebound.

An anonymous GOP insider reportedly told FoxNews that, “it’s too early, but if the polls continue to worsen, you can see a scenario where he drops out.”

However, Donald Trump has not let this show in his Twitter facade as he recently threatened to attack 52 Iranian sites that have been targeted by America in response to Iran declaring Trump wanted and ordering his arrest.

In fact, he recently lashed out at FoxNews, his favorite news channel for running a poll that says he’s behind Joe Biden.

He tweeted, “Sorry to inform the Do Nothing Democrats, but I am getting VERY GOOD internal Polling Numbers. Just like 2016, the @nytimes Polls are Fake! The @FoxNews Polls are a JOKE! Do you think they will apologize to me & their subscribers AGAIN when I WIN? People want LAW, ORDER & SAFETY”

Trump 2020 poll response on Twitter

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