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President Donald Trump speaks during a Made in America showcase event on the South Lawn of the White House, Monday, July 15, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)



Swing states are key to a 2020 victory, and while support for impeachment’s going down, a poll shows things are looking up for Trump in the swingin’ state of Wisconsin.

On Wednesday, a study by Marquette University Law School indicated that the President is besting Joe Biden 47-44 and Bernie Sanders 48-45.

Elizabeth Warren is down by three, to the tune of 48% to 43%, and Mayor Pete Buttigieg is trailing with 39% compared to Donald’s 47%.

So how does the state feel about the impeachment circus? 40% of registered voters gave it the thumbs up, with 53% pointing toward their toes.

That’s a notable change from the previous 44% support for the “I” word.

The survey of 801 registered voters was conducted November 13-17. Margin of error = 4.1%.

Personally, I think it’s safe to say the populace is far less engaged by Impeachment Mania than are congressional Democrats who make millions of dollars by propelling their political power.

Though ousting the Republican Commander-in-Chief like an unruly drunk being bounced from the neighborhood bar may have initially appealed to those who despise him, it’s gonna get real old real fast.

It’s going to drone on and lead to nowhere, and the public will be tiring by the day.

Meanwhile, as per the poll, Trump looks to be on the rise.

I simply can’t wrap my head around what the Democrats are doing; their roster of candidates looks as weak as 10 gallons of tea made from a single-serving bag. We’re only one year out, and not only is Joe Biden not particularly electrifying, but they’re dragging him through the mud across the sloshy terrain of Ukraine.

As Kellyanne Conway put it:

“He’s now seen in the news as Hunter Biden’s father, not as Barack Obama’s vice president.”

And Elizabeth? She’ll be eaten alive on any debate stage where she faces Donald “Stay Hungry” Trump.

Perhaps Hillary will come to the rescue, but what will it matter if her party stays focused on a phone call?

It’s all leading to a wake-up call from the 2020 election, and a rude one at that: “Y’all lost again.”



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