Fox’s Gasparino: Republican operatives raise the possibility that Trump ‘withdraws from the race’ if the polls do not recover


A Fox News report on Sunday says “Republican agents are raising for the first time the possibility” that President TrumpDonald John Trump Intelligence suggests that Russian rewards led to the death of several US troops in Afghanistan: Obama report called Philonise Floyd before her brother’s memorial service: New York President Trump is trying to cover his tracks by attacking the state of right MORE could abandon 2020 presidential race “if poll numbers don’t pick up” against suspected Democratic presidential candidate Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden’s record tax increases will take his money, and his work Cable networks bundle the convention’s coverage to reduce the number of Biden employees in Trump by sharing a video of a protester yelling ‘white power’: He ‘has chosen a side ‘MORE.

The report by Fox Business Network senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino, political journalist Andrew O’Reilly and producer Lydia Moynihan appears when the former vice president led the Republican headline by 9.2 points in the RealClearPolitics index of major polls.

The advantage for Biden was 5.5 points just before the George Floyd police murder, sparking protests and riots across the country. This occurred amid the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 120,000 people in the United States. Trump has been widely criticized for the administration’s response to the crisis.

“It is too early, but if the polls continue to worsen, you can see a scenario in which he withdraws,” a Republican agent who asked to remain anonymous told Fox News.

Gasparino also reported that a “major player” within the Republican Party described “Trump’s current psyche as ‘fragile'”.

Gasparino said he “is still not convinced” that Trump will retire. He noted that Biden has been expelled from the campaign for the coronavirus.

The Trump campaign rejected the report, citing polls from the last election showing the then-Democratic candidate Hillary clintonHillary Diane Rodham Clinton Sacha Baron Cohen pranks at a right-wing event in Washington state Trump to turn to a senior HUD official to head the Office of Personnel Management: Reports that Biden’s record-setting tax increases they will take your money and your work MORE with a similar advantage in June 2016.

“This is the grandfather of fake news,” Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh told the network. “Everyone knows that media polls have always been wrong about President Trump. Republicans are underestimated and do not select potential voters to establish false narratives. It won’t work. There were similar concerns in 2016 and if it had been accurate, Hillary Clinton would be in the White House right now. “

Clinton led Trump in the RealClearPolitics poll average by 3.2 percent on Election Day and ended up winning the popular vote by 2.1 percentage points.

Trump won the important Electoral College, however, by a margin of 306-232. Because some electors did not follow their states’ votes in the actual Electoral College vote, the final margin was 304-227, with seven votes cast for other candidates.

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