Donald Trump Has 5-Point Lead in Bloomberg Poll of Battleground Ohio
The world got to see the actual state of Hillary Clinton’s health this past Sunday, and oh brother was it a doozy! The best part was watching elements of the main street media being forced to admit the “conspiracy theory people” were actually really correct. We usually are. So just a few days after the world watched Hillary and her Parkinson’s episode, her poll numbers tanked giving Trump a 5 point lead and climbing.
Stick that in your ‘basket of deplorables‘ and smoke it, sister.
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 5 percentage points in a Bloomberg Politics poll of Ohio, a gap that underscores the Democrat’s challenges in critical Rust Belt states after one of the roughest stretches of her campaign.
Donald Trump Holds Rally in Asheville, NC 9/12/16
Start watching Trump’s rally at the 58:00 mark to hear him speak and see the amazing size of the crowd that came out in North Carolina to hear him.
The Republican nominee leads Clinton 48 percent to 43 percent among likely voters in a two-way contest and 44 percent to 39 percent when third-party candidates are included.
The poll was taken Friday through Monday, as Clinton faced backlash for saying half of Trump supporters were a “basket of deplorables” and amid renewed concerns about her health after a video showed her stumbling as she left a Sept. 11 ceremony with what her campaign later said was a bout of pneumonia.
Conflicted Morning Joe forced to admit Donald Trump is doing really well:
Poor Morning Joe, one day he hates Trump and works to try and dismantle his candidacy, and the next he is heaping praise. In this video clip, Joe begrudgingly makes the case for the obvious Trump ascendency. Good boy, Joe…
Trump’s performance in the poll—including strength among men, independents, and union households—is better than in other recent surveys of the state. It deals a blow to Clinton after she enjoyed polling advantages nationally and in most battleground states in August before the race tightened in September as more Republican voters unified around Trump.