This week’s White House Report Card finds President Trump buoyed by his tariff threat on Mexico working but Democratic attacks escalating. And new Zogby Analytics polling shows that he is in trouble in key swing states where former Vice President Joe Biden is polling well.
Compared to the previous week, this one was a pretty dull seven days for President Trump. His threats of tariffs on Mexican exports seemed to have worked to get our southern neighbor to — at long last — help reduce the surge of illegal aliens and his threats of more tariffs on Chinese goods were both positive developments. Some of his political problems this week were of his own making — such as his statement on accepting foreign information on political opponents — and some weren’t, such as the awful anti-Trump budget cobbled together by the House Armed Services Committee.
The article goes on to state the following:
The U.S. is no closer to a trade deal with China and something happened to an oil tanker in the Middle East. Did Iran attack it? U.S. intelligence says yes, Iran says no. We have been here before and these kinds of things if allowed to escalate do not end well.
Plus new Zogby Analytics polling confirms that the resident is in trouble for reelection in several battleground states.
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