Trump takes his BIGGEST lead yet in primary polls

by Jason Collins

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Now that the first presidential debate of the 2024 campaign season is over, only one day later, President Trump took his biggest lead yet in the primary polls.

Despite not attending the debate, support for President Trump is pouring in with the millions of views of his interview with Tucker Carlson. InteractivePolls has just released the latest numbers, and President Trump has even more reason to celebrate. He now has his biggest lead yet in the polls. 

President Trump has an impressive 46 points lead over Governor Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., who is in second place. President Trump also currently has a 62 percent approval rating. For candidates like Vivek Ramaswamy and former Vice President Mike Pence, the chances of catching up with President Trump are looking more unlikely. Ramaswamy, who is in third place in the Republican polls, has a 7 percent approval rate, while Pence only has a 5 percent approval rating. 

Many people questioned President Trump’s decision not to attend the debate, including Florida Gov. DeSantis, who called out President Trump in a PAC ad reported by RSBN, saying, “We can’t afford a nominee too weak to debate.” However, looking at the latest polls, it’s clear that many Republicans think otherwise.  

President Trump’s success in the polls could not have come at a better time with the current legal persecution he is facing by the crooked Department of Justice.

President Trump has called out Biden and other Democrats for their election interference on many occasions and warned Americans that the Democrats are using dirty tactics like jailing their opponents. These latest poll numbers show that the support for President Trump has also grown the more they try to stop him.

President Trump is expected to be arraigned in Fulton County jail in Georgia today, and RSBN reporters will bring special coverage of President Trump’s arraignment.  

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