Trump Delivers Devastating Announcement to Supporters

Trump Delivers Devastating Announcement to Supporters

At a recent rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, former President Donald Trump's supporters were able to leave safely due to inclement weather.

Trump personally informed his supporters via phone call, stating, 'As you can see there’s some very bad weather heading in.

We’re flying in in a few minutes, but they really would prefer that we not come in because there’s a certain danger to all of this, and we want to make sure everybody is safe, above all. And so they’ve asked us to ask people to leave the site and seek shelter.'

He expressed regret about the situation, promising to reschedule the event promptly. Trump assured, 'But we’ll do it again, and we’ll do it bigger and better. You have my promise.'

The Marquette Law School survey indicates a shift in voter preferences in Wisconsin, a critical state for both Trump and President Joe Biden. Trump now leads with 51% of registered voters supporting him compared to 49% for Biden, marking a two-point advantage for Trump since January.

Wisconsin is among seven pivotal swing states worth 93 electoral votes, including Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, along with Wisconsin.

In the same survey, Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin leads Republican opponent Eric Hovde by five points among registered voters, while Trump maintains a lead over Biden in Wisconsin. However, potential voter preferences for Senate candidates remain evenly split.

Recent data suggests a shift among Black voters away from Biden, who had rallied their support in the 2020 election.

Trump also enjoys an advantage over Biden on key issues concerning voters, including the economy, immigration, and foreign policy matters such as the Israel-Hamas and Russia-Ukraine conflicts.

CNN political analyst Harry Enten noted Trump's stronger position on critical issues in swing states, signaling potential challenges for Biden's campaign.

The upcoming election in Michigan, home to the auto industry, will test Trump's appeal to blue-collar workers.

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