Support for President Trump is increasing, as cities across America are burned and looted, and Democrats and their allies in the media continue to condone the violent actions of the Marxist BLM and Antifa terrorists.

As support for the anti-American Democrat Party erodes, support for President Trump, especially among Black Americans and Democrats is seeing a sharp increase.

Rasmussen just released the astounding results of their most recent poll, showing a sharp increase in support for President Trump over the past week, especially among Democrats.

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Last week, Rasmussen reported that support for President Trump with Democrat voters was at 14%. This week, 20% of Democrats say they support President Trump, a 43% increase in only one week.

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Washington Examiner – The latest Zogby Analytics poll just shared with Secrets had Trump’s approval at 52%. “The president has recorded his best job approval rating on record,” said pollster Jonathan Zogby.

What’s more, his approval rating among minorities was solid and, in the case of African Americans, shockingly high. Zogby said 36% of blacks approve of the president, as do 37% of Hispanics and 35% of Asians.

Approval among independent voters is also up to 44%. And “intriguingly,” said Zogby, 23% of Democrats approve of Trump.

It was the latest to show that Trump’s approval went up during the Democratic National Convention. Rasmussen Reports had it at 51% at the end of the convention.

In a shock from past election years, Joe Biden got no convention poll bounce, according to a newly released Reuters/Ipsos poll.

The Lincoln Group PAC a group of cocky, anti-Trump RINOs (Republicans in Name Only), that up until this week included the husband of Kellyanne Conway, is sounding the alarm over the hidden support for President Trump that exists in America.

Forbes explains how The Lincoln Project was formed. In 2019, as politicians and political leaders began planning for the 2020 U.S. presidential election, a group of current and former Republican leaders were making plans, too.

But they weren’t focusing on how to help re-elect President Trump – they were working to create an initiative to take him down from the right side of the aisle.

Reed Galen, John Weaver, Rick Wilson, Steve Schmidt, all lifelong republicans and political strategists, began talking about what they could do to ensure Trump’s defeat in 2020. Their experience within the party varied – some had worked for President George W. Bush, Senator John McCain, and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. They were all on similar paths since the 2016 presidential election, committed to speaking out against Trump.

The group’s mission statement, plastered front and center on its website, is just as unambiguous and unapologetic.

“Our many policy differences with national Democrats remain,” it reads in part. “However, the priority for all patriotic Americans must be a shared fidelity to the Constitution and a commitment to defeat those candidates who have abandoned their constitutional oaths, regardless of party.”

It concludes, “Electing Democrats who support the Constitution over Republicans who do not is a worthy effort.”

On Wednesday, during an appearance on MSNBC with Andrea Mitchell, Steve Schmidt, a former adviser to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and one of the GOP founders of the anti-Trump group The Lincoln Project warned that polls undercount the level of support that exists for President Trump.

The Hill reports -“It is historically difficult to defeat an incumbent president, No. 1,” Steve Schmidt, a former adviser to Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), told Mitchell. “I suspect there is at least a point or two of undercount for Trump voters.”

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a healthy lead in national polls. Biden has smaller leads in most of the six core battleground states, although recent surveys have found the race is tightening.

The president’s campaign has routinely dismissed polls showing Trump is behind, pointing to 2016, when most election analysts didn’t give him any chance of winning. Trump edged out Democrat Hillary Clinton in most of the battleground states and eked out victories in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan, which had not gone for a GOP nominee in decades.

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