Trump Backtracks On Polls Claim

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( – On Saturday, during a rally in Rome, Georgia, former President Donald Trump backtracked on his previous assertion that the polls in Georgia were unfair, as he is now “winning” in the race by a lot. 

This Georgia rally was a bold move on the part of the Trump campaign, as he is facing charges along with 18 other defendants in connection to the 2020 presidential election and their attempts to overturn the results. The case in Fulton County has been derailed as a result of the allegations about the romantic relationship between one of the top prosecutors in the case and the Georgia district attorney. 

On Saturday, during the “Get Out the Vote” rally, Trump, who is now the presumptive Republican nominee in the general election, continued to claim that the 2020 presidential election results had been illegitimate, while at the same time pointing out that he is currently leading in the race by a lot.

During his speech, he argued that in the 2016 presidential campaign, he had great success in Georgia and that he had done even better in 2020. However, he argued that the latter race had been unfair. He claimed the race was fixed at the time, but it clearly is not now as the polls show him “winning by so much.” 

He then called for all those in attendance to “disregard” his previous statement as he loved the polls. 

The Hill/Decision Desk HQ has shown that Trump is currently leading President Joe Biden on a national level. While Biden only has 44.6 percent support, Trump has the support of 46.1 percent of the people in the state. 

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