Donald Trump Turns Heads Across America – As His Approval Rating Surges He Calls Himself the 45th and 47th President

With Joe Biden’s administration collapsing all around him, more people than ever before are looking to 2024. It still might be a painful three years away, but speculation continues to grow about who will be replacing Old Joe. Because it’s safe to say, by now, there is no way he’s getting reelected.

Democrats are holding out hope that Kamala Harris can stay viable long enough to grab the win. But Republicans have floated around a few possible names. High on that list, of course, is the 45th president, Donald Trump. The man has not announced his plans. But a new video comes just as his approval surges.

From Just the News:

Trump, in his signature MAGA 45 cap, can be seen in the video beginning to play a round of golf when one of the members of the playing group says, “Now on the tee the 45th president of the United States.”

“The 45th and 47th,” Trump offered as a retort, grinning…

The video surfaced at about the same time as the release of the January Harvard-Harris poll, which shows Trump with a net-positive favorability rating of 47% to 44%.

In sharp contrast, President Biden was 14 points underwater in the poll, at 39% favorable vs. 53% unfavorable.

Donald Trump continues to enjoy growing approval among Republicans and high approval in key states like Iowa. Across the nation, his approval is rising—around 47% according to some polls. All that, while he still faces ongoing hatred by the media and a second witch hunt in the House.

In a recent video (which was possibly leaked to trigger leftists), Trump comments that he’s the “45th and 47th” president. This is an obvious nod to a possible third run for office which, if he won, would make him the 47th president (since he would be following Biden, who is the 46th “president”).

It hasn’t been determined when this video was made, but it was most likely recent (since it’s always golf weather in Florida). Biden’s approval continues to crash, paving the way for a red wave in the 2022 midterms. If Biden continues to fail in the coming years, it’s possible that Americans will beg Trump to come back and fix all of Joe’s mistakes.

Yet, as we’ve been saying for over a year, Trump has not announced an official run. He’s teased at one. Commented on the complexities of campaign finance laws. Even his closest allies have stated plainly he is going to run again. But will he?

Trump is a man who likes to stir up drama and excitement. He won’t announce a run until it is most advantageous for him. That could mean we won’t hear anything until late 2022 or 2023.

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