Trump Tweets Mini Rant, Deletes Mini Rant, Only to Mini Rant Again

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It’s Wednesday.

The President has mini-ranted, deleted part of that mini-rant, only to re-issue the same mini-rant.

So far the President has tweeted 7 times.

Deleted Mini Rant

6/12/19 deleted tweet.
6/12/19 deleted tweet.
6/12/19 deleted tweet.

The Tweets

The above tweet was sent at 12:28 a.m. eastern time.

This above tweet was part of the deleted thread, but somehow this tweet was not deleted, but was re-issued later in the morning.

On Monday The New York Times reported that after Tony Fabrizio, President Trump’s pollster, briefed the President on the results of a 17 state poll that showed the President’s reelection numbers trailing former Vice President Joe Biden, the President told aides to deny that his internal polls showed him down against Biden.

As the article notes, public polls show the President is also struggling in “key states like Texas, Michigan and Pennsylvania. And when top-line details of the polling leaked, including numbers showing the president lagging in a cluster of critical Rust Belt states, Mr. Trump instructed aides to say publicly that other data showed him doing well.”

The article goes on to explain that according to people familiar with a meeting, the President had with his campaign manager Brad Parscale, in Florida, that the President was “consistently distracted and wanted to discuss other things,” specifically according to the article, the President wanted to focus on his current approval rating.

In the past the President has complained about traveling, but he has then lashed out at his aides demanding to know, “Why am I not doing more rallies?”

On June 11th, Qinnipiac released a head to head poll that shows several of the Democratic Presidential hopefuls beating President Trump.

  • Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders over President Trump 51 – 42 percent;
  • California Sen. Kamala Harris ahead of Trump 49 – 41 percent;
  • Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren tops Trump 49 – 42 percent;
  • South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg edges Trump 47 – 42 percent;
  • New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker by a nose over Trump 47 – 42 percent.

The poll PDF goes on to explain that in a head to head match-up with Biden, “women back Biden 60 – 34 percent, as men are divided with 47 percent for Biden and 46 percent for Trump. White voters are divided with 47 percent for Trump and 46 percent for Biden. The Democrat leads 85 – 12 percent among black voters and 58 – 33 percent among Hispanic voters.”

Qunnipiac surveyed 1,214 voters nationwide with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.5 percent.

On May 31st, the President via tweet announced that on June 18th, he will be announcing the launch of his 2020 reelection campaign.

As of Wednesday Real Clear Politics reports that President Trump’s job approval rating average is 43.9 percent approve while 52.7 disapprove.

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