Bill O’Reilly recently joined Wayne Allyn Root of Newsmax TV to discuss what the most recent polls can tell us about impeachment and the President’s chances in 2020.
The President’s outlook for reelection is not nearly as bleak as CNN wants you to think. In fact, according to a new Monmouth University Poll the Trump’s standing has improved among likely voters since the impeachment inquiry began.
Patrick Murray, director of the independent Monmouth University Polling Institute said, “The fact that there is no significant change in the current results suggests that the opening salvo of the House impeachment inquiry has had little impact on the overall 2020 dynamic.”
According to Murray, “voter opinion remains baked in” with the percentage of voters who say Trump should have a second term has wavered between 37-39 percent and just passed 40 percent for the first time in months.
Democrats and media pundits predicted a Trump election in 2017 would fracture the Republican Party. But like 2016 polling, they couldn’t have been more wrong. Every Republican in the House sided with the president last week and voted against the inquiry’s formal launch.
Former antagonists like Senators Lindsey Graham and Rand Paul have galvanized into some of Trump’s most vocal supporters.
Watch the video as Bill O’Reilly breaks down the current polls that show Trump’s support slipping. Learn why he says five US senators must recuse themselves from voting, should the House send letters of impeachment to the Senate.