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U.S. election polls in Covid 19 time: Trump continues to fall

U.S. election polls in Covid 19 time: Trump continues to fall

 John Bolton's book crucifies Donald Trump.- Republican voices against re-election "of the worst president in U.S. history. -- According to Michael Moore, Trump will try to postpone the election.-- The pro-Joe Biden polls. Panorama in the Senate and the House of Representatives.


Roberto Pérez Betancourt


Trump's intrigues and evils reported by his former John Bolton 

It is a kind of public crucifixion by Donald Trump, the book where John Bolton, the far-rightist who until recently served him as a National Security adviser, where he reveals evils, weaknesses, extremism, and other de-elections of the representative, who against the wind and tide aspires to renew four more years in the White House in the November 3 elections, controversial topic at a time when Covid 19 has brought more than 115,000 Americans to the cemetery, and when the vast majority of American Union cities have become battlefields with clashes between civil liberties defenders and police, following the recent murder of African-American Floyd, aggravated by the recent deaths of others at the hands of repressive forces , a situation that threatens to further aggravate and spread over time, when polls, right now, mark the progressive fall of the tousled blonde in his electoral possibilities against a 77-year-old elderly man, former U.S. vice president in two terms, named Joe Biden, who outperforms 8-12 points in the intention of the popular vote, according to the inductions of several surveying firms that the website discloses.

According to news agencies, next Tuesday, June 23, his book —The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir— (The Room Where Happened: A Memory of the White House)—, title that according to publishers Simon and Schister, it's a text "that Donald Trump doesn't want you to read," and that according to publicity advances, will reveal the insides of Trump's treaties with China, Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Iran, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, on classified, unre exposed issues that lawyers try not to come to light... It is, without a doubt, the revenge of a well-paid adviser who without removing Diablo's horns turns against the bullfighter who forced him out of the ring... Obviously, the publicity consequences of Bolton's relations against Trump's election campaign are expected to continue to tilt the polls in favor of the Democratic Party's virtual candidate, whose official confirmation will be in August.


Republican voices against re-election "of the worst president in U.S. history"


On the current U.S. political landscape, it's not just Democrats erecting barricades to curb the re-elected aspirations of those who have been rated by Barack Obama - Trump's predecessor in the White House--, and other personalities (very important persons , as "the worst president in U.S. history."

Influential voices stand in the ranks of the Republican Party itself to oppose the re-election of the forepipeded blonde, also called "the mad carrot" in humorous circles.

Colin Powell, former chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, was the latest in a series of retired senior officers to publicly criticize Donald Trump. "We have a Constitution. And we have to follow that constitution. And the president is moving away from her," Powell said in an interview with CNN, in which he accused him of "lying about a lot of things."

Powell, served as secretary of state during the George W. Bush administration, and according to the Pew Research Center, a Washington, d.c.-based think tank, his statements can influence independent voters, who make up 38% of the electorate.

They have also criticized the "multilateral" performance of the overbearing billionaire former President George W. Bush and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, as well as other high-ranking military personnel, including Trump's Secretary of Defense, Mr. James Mattis, who noted referring to his former boss, said he is not "a mature leader" and accused him of "deliberately trying to divide the country."

The list follows with former chief of staff, Retired General John Kelly, who asked the American people to "look closely at who they chose," while the retired naval admiral, William McRaven, the commander who led the military operation in which the United States killed Osama bin Laden, the Al Qaeda leader has emphasized that "the president demonstrated that he does not have the qualities necessary to be a good commander-in-chief."

Referring to Trump's erratic performance in relation to the wave of recent popular protests in the country, current Defense Secretary Mark Esper criticized the Executive's actions: "I do not support the invocation of the Insurrection Act. These measures should only be used as a last resort, and in the most urgent and extreme situations'.

It is worth noting, that different layers of American society: outstanding intellectuals, renowned artists and athletes, workers, unemployed, Afro-descendants and Latin Americans, entrepreneurs and ex-soldiers, small owners ruined by the crisis, young people from all walks of life, have joined in protests throughout the United States, denounce media from various presses.


According to Michael Moore Trump will try to postpone the election


The laureate filmmaker Michael Moore, one of the few in the journalistic-literary sector in the field of documentary, who predicted Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016, arguing his opinion in facts that later gave him the reason, just said on the television show 'Late Night', Seth Meyers, the last Thursday night that the current President will try to postpone the date of the Election of November 3 , given the closeness of the process and the vaticinium of the polls that give him as a loser, which, he said, will surely happen this time.

Referring to Trump's re-elected intentions, Moore said, "I'm very concerned about this. We all have to be very concerned about this ... We make jokes about this, but I think it's a dry race for the fall ... I think you've read the polls now. You see the data you're probably going to lose. He knows. And now you have to think of something. And that will be something that will try to postpone the election."


Michael Moore warned Democrats not to take President Donald Trump for granted because white men who support him feel their control over the fading of power. He added that Trump's white supporters are as angry with the Minneapolis police officer responsible for the death of George Floyd as the rest of the country, except that they are angry about the effect it will have on power control in the future. In an interview with MSNBC's Joy Reid on Friday, Moore said white men believe George Floyd's death "ruined him for the white man" to hold on to power.
"This is what I think I know. Never take Trump for granted," Moore told Reid. 'If someone's sitting at home right now thinking, oh, man, we've got this one in the bag.' Whoa, did you hear that today? He said he's done more for black people than Abraham Lincoln. Whoa! He's going to win!' No no."
"Two-thirds of white men voted for Trump, but they feel their control over power is fading rapidly, they are being removed. They've been watching what happened in the last few weeks "They're so angry with that cop in Minneapolis because he's really, really screwed up for the white man who clings to that power," Moore said.

The pro-Joe Biden polls

With more than 8.1 percentage points in your favor on the overall balance sheet of the polls until 1l 14 June, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden greatly outperforms Donald Trump in the intention of the popular vote, a rising trend that marks the majority in Florida, Pennsylvania, Wisonsin and Arizona, decisive states, while in North Carolina, usual conservative fiefdom, the difference in Trump's favor is only 0.3 percent, reveals the Real Clear Politics website.

With regard to the Senate, where the Republican Party has long enjoyed a substantial majority, it should be noted that polls now reduce the advantage of the Red Elephants over the Blue Donkeys to just two seats, while the predicted Democratic majority remains very broad in the House of Representatives.


Battle for the White House

Average CPR surveys

Election 2020




National average of the PCR



Biden +8.1

Betting odds




Electoral college











Biden +3.4




Biden +3.3




Biden +4.0

North Carolina



Trump +0.3




Biden +3.4





Battle for the Senate









Generic balota



Dem +8.2

Dem Delegates: Biden 2144, Sanders 1047





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