“Movement towards Biden”

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Recent developments are spelling greater trouble for Donald Trump while positioning President Joe Biden’s campaign for success. Two plot lines have emerged that show how Trump’s own actions and policies are not exactly what’s needed to make America great.

Appearing recently on Fox News’ “Journal Editorial Report,” conservative strategist Karl Rove pointed out that Trump’s poll numbers have taken a big hit following his 34 federal felony convictions. Urging viewers to “take a look at the evidence,” Rove explained there’s certainly “movement towards Biden” in the month or so since Trump’s May 30 guilty verdict. Indeed, “[t]he most recent polls have had Biden ahead,” he added.

Adding to Trump’s troubles, a group of 16 Nobel laureates in economics recently issued a stark warning about the potential economic repercussions of a second Trump term. In a joint letter, first reported by Axios, the leading economists argued that Trump’s “fiscally irresponsible budgets” would likely “reignite” inflation.

Joseph Stiglitz, who led the effort to write the letter, expressed concerns on CNBC that too many voters mistakenly believe that Trump would manage the economy better than Biden. “I thought it would be important for Americans to know that at least a group of credible economists differs very strongly,” Stiglitz explained.

These developments are even more evidence of the stark contrast between President Biden and that egomaniacal criminal who’s running against him. With Biden displaying steady leadership while promoting policies for economic stability in contrast with Trump amassing even more toxic baggage, the choice for voters is becoming increasingly clear. Indeed, through his words and actions, Trump is feeding voters a continuous supply of reasons to reelect Biden this November.

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