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Don Jr Has Hilarious Response To Hillary 2020 Rumors


Rasmussen recently conducted a poll which showed President Donald Trump and failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton were "neck and neck" in a potential 2020 matchup if Clinton were to run.

President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr. decided to weigh in on the poll saying, "All I want for Christmas is for Hillary to run again."


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Check out the tweet below:

The Rasmussen poll comes in response to speculation that Clinton may run again in 2020 even though she has made no formal announcement of a potential 2020 run. In 2016, Hillary Clinton suffered a landslide defeat to Donald Trump and has been very bitter since.

In recent weeks, Clinton has been traveling around the United States, promoting her new book. Her public appearances are making many people question if she will try to take on President Trump again in 2020.

Democrats seem to be getting worried about their 2020 chances considering President Trump's polling numbers are actually getting better since the House announced they were starting an impeachment inquiry against the President.

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According to the most recent IBD-TIPP poll, President Trump is gaining more and more support from independent voters in head-to-head matchups against the Democratic presidential candidates.

According to the poll, 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden is only ahead of President Trump by-1 point with independent voters which is an astonishing drop considering he had an 18-point lead with independents back in September.

It gets even better for President Trump when you compare him to the other Democratic presidential candidates. Check out what The Hill reported:

In a head-to-head matchup with Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), 49 percent of independents backed Trump, while 43 percent threw their support behind the senator in the poll, which was released on Monday. 
A 4-point gap separated Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Trump, with the president receiving 48 percent support among independents and Sanders garnering 44 percent. 
Warren led Trump with independents by 2 points in the September poll, while Sanders led the president by 9 points. 

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