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Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States

What are your feelings on President Trump's performance

  • Strongly Approve

    Votes: 13 10.5%
  • Approve

    Votes: 15 12.1%
  • Strongly Disapprove

    Votes: 72 58.1%
  • Disapprove

    Votes: 13 10.5%
  • No Opinion

    Votes: 11 8.9%

  • Total voters
    124
  • Poll closed .

King Stannis

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Well the former Gov was very unpopular but still this has to make Mitch nervous. Lots of egg on Trumps face as well! What a night!
The Governor had a 33% approval rating.

Mitch has polled as low as 17%.

Because of the cocaine, the Moscow and the China Family.
 

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Well now we are officially in the 2020 election cycle. It’s still too early to handicap it as the Presidential race will depend on the Dem nominee and a year is forever in politics. But....

That’s 3 straight years of whitewashes by the Democrats. Now, the economy is strong and incumbents usually get a second term, but very troubling signs for the GOP. Turnout was HIGH yesterday. There was a bombshell quid pro quo testimony yesterday which makes impeachment likely, and I think we may finally get a look at the con man’s taxes this year.

Overall, objectively speaking, it was once again a great night for the Dems and a very disheartening and humiliating night for the Republicans. I expect the House will remain blue in 2020. The Senate is in play, and the Presidency will likely come down to the same 3-4 midwestern states. Buckle up. Enjoy this one if you are a Democrat, enjoy the holiday season, but come January it become a knife fight again.

A blue Kentucky....who woulda thunk?
 

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I guess Kentucky has had lots of Dem governors, as recently as 2015.
 

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My biggest takeaway: Not all self-identified Republicans and conservatives are buying Trumps strategy that Dems are the “enemy”, despite what we see from members on this board and elsewhere. Refreshing.
 

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To be fair, I don't think anyone on this board considers the other side an 'enemy'. At least not in the sense that Trump wants people to believe. There are certainly a lot of disagreements and view points that are polar opposite. I don't think it rises to the level of "enemy" though.
 

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To be fair, I don't think anyone on this board considers the other side an 'enemy'. At least not in the sense that Trump wants people to believe. There are certainly a lot of disagreements and view points that are polar opposite. I don't think it rises to the level of "enemy" though.
I’d like to think you’re right, as that’s logical, but it’s not the rhetoric I’ve seen people using. Ends justify the means because there is no bigger enemy than liberals, voting for Trump just to spite Liberals, recent poll showed 62% of Republicans state there is literally nothing Trump could do that would change their opinion on him, etc.

I’m just happy to see the rhetoric didn’t work this time in Trump-country.
 

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I’d like to think you’re right, as that’s logical, but it’s not the rhetoric I’ve seen people using. Ends justify the means because there is no bigger enemy than liberals, voting for Trump just to spite Liberals, recent poll showed 62% of Republicans state there is literally nothing Trump could do that would change their opinion on him, etc.

I’m just happy to see the rhetoric didn’t work this time in Trump-country.
We've literally had people on this board say they didn't like Trump but would vote for him out of spite.
 

JDailey23

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We've literally had people on this board say they didn't like Trump but would vote for him out of spite.
I’m not a huge fan of Trump the person, but I support the majority of stances he takes. Luckily, I don’t base my vote of personality and good guyness. I want you to do a job, be a dick, I don’t care, just do what you say.
 

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My biggest takeaway: Not all self-identified Republicans and conservatives are buying Trumps strategy that Dems are the “enemy”, despite what we see from members on this board and elsewhere. Refreshing.
There are Republicans and conservatives who post here enough for you to make this conclusion?
 

pr26

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There are Republicans and conservatives who post here enough for you to make this conclusion?
What conclusion are you referring to? I didn’t make any conclusions based on posters here, simply referenced what I’ve observed here. It’s just good to see some Kentucky Republicans not buy the national partisan talking points and vote out a very unpopular Governor despite the R next to his name.
 

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