Two days ago, President Trump traveled to Elko, Nevada to support Republican candidates running for office in close races.  Like every rally for the past couple of years, Trump was met with a massive crowd of supporters. The rally was held outdoors in order to accommodate the large numbers of supporters who came to hear President Trump speak.

The line to get into Trump’s Nevada rally was huge.

Last night, former Democrat President Barack Obama, who’s following the massively popular President Trump around on the campaign trail, like a sad shadow, appeared at a rally at the small Cox Pavillion in Las Vegas, in a show of support for Democrat candidates in Nevada. He was greeted by a tiny crowd of approximately 2,000, according to Fox News’ Peter Doocy.

Even though Obama spoke on the campus of UNLV, he still couldn’t garner enough interest to fill the small stadium.

Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit mocked Obama for partitioning off the crowd, so viewers couldn’t see all of the empty seats in the small stadium:

Barack Obama, who mocked President Trump’s campaign promises to bring back manufacturing, mining, and jobs in America, attempted to take credit for Trump’s spectacular economy.

Meanwhile, Barack Obama just got more bad news…The Hill is reporting that President Trump’s approval rating is higher than Barack Obama’s at the same time during his first term, as he headed into the midterm elections.

President Trump‘s approval rating before the November elections has jumped to a higher level than former President Obama’s ahead of the 2010 midterms, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll.

The poll found Trump’s approval rating at its highest level for that poll yet, at 47 percent. Obama’s approval rating was 45 percent around the same time in 2010, according to a similar NBC/Wall Street Journal poll taken in late October 2010.

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