Biden Just Got Horrendous News – Could Immediately End His Campaign

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According to a recent poll, former president Donald Trump is beating former president Joe Biden in Texas by double the margin of victory he had four years prior in the contest for Texas’ forty electoral votes.

Additionally, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is leading Democratic opponent Rep. Colin Allred by six points in a pivotal Senate race, according to the Marist College study, which was issued this month. The GOP is hoping to regain the majority in the chamber in November’s elections.

Texas was the site of the closest victory for a Republican presidential candidate in nearly 25 years when Trump defeated Biden there in 2020 by a margin of only approximately 5.5 points.

The Marist survey indicates that among people who are registered to vote, the previous president leads his successor by 11 points (55%–44%) in the White House. Nevertheless, Trump’s lead narrows to 7 points (53%–46%) among those who say they will certainly cast a ballot in the election in November.

“Independents, who Biden carried by 6 percentage points in 2020, now break for Trump. Trump receives 56% of Texas independents to 41% for Biden,” the release from Marist highlights.

As per the study, Trump’s popularity among Black and Latino voters has considerably improved, whereas Biden seems to have lost momentum with younger people.

The poll shows that among registered voters, Cruz, the conservative firebrand running for a third six-year term as the senator from Texas, leads Allred by a margin of 51% to 45%.

Allred is a former NFL player and a three-term congressman from a suburban Dallas district. Among probable voters, Cruz leads Allred by almost the same amount.

“Among independents, Cruz (50%) is up by eight percentage points against Allred (42%),” a release from Marist spotlights. “There is a wide gender gap. Cruz (59%) carries men by 21 percentage points over Allred (38%). Allred (52%) tops Cruz (44%) among women.”

Despite the fact that the controversial Cruz has a 45%–43% favorable/unfavorable rating in the most recent survey, Allred is not well known. 53% of those polled said they had never heard of Allred before or that they didn’t know enough about him to be able to answer the question.

Prior to the start of early voting in the fall, Trump accepted Biden’s invitation to participate in two debates earlier this week. But a number of influential Democrats have already voiced reservations about the deal, maybe as a result of Biden’s apparent deterioration in mental capacity.

Following Trump’s declaration of intent, Biden announced on X that he “received and accepted an invitation” from CNN to participate in a debate on June 27. It’s your turn, Donald. Anytime, anyplace, as you mentioned,” wrote Biden.

The plan departs from the long-standing custom of the commission hosting three fall debates, as first described by the Biden-Harris campaign in a letter to the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates on Wednesday morning.

Trump said on Fox News after the announcement that he would accept the incumbent Democrat’s suggested schedule.

“Crooked Joe Biden is the worst debater I have ever faced – he can’t put two sentences together,” Trump told Fox News Digital. “Crooked is also the worst president in the history of the United States, by far.”

Trump also told the outlet that “it is time for a debate to take place – even if it has to be held through the offices of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which are totally controlled by Democrats and who, as people remember, got caught cheating with me with debate sound levels.”

“I’m ready to go,” Trump said. “The dates that they proposed are fine. Anywhere. Anytime. Any place. Let’s see if Joe can make it to the stand-up podium.”

But some Democrats are raising questions. Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi shared her opinions about the debates on Wednesday.

“I myself would never recommend going on stage with Donald Trump, but the president has decided that’s what he wants to do,” Pelosi said, Fox News reported. “I think the format he is suggesting is a good one.”

In addition, the Democrat from California proposed that rather than a debate, each candidate have “separate town hall meetings” where voters may “challenge them with questions about the future.”


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