Breaking The Bond?

Supporters Kathleen Hastings, left, and Elizabeth Musngi, right, cheers Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as he speaks during a campaign rally held at the North Atlanta Trade Center, Saturday, Oct., 10, 2015, in Norcross, Ga. (AP Photo/John Amis)

We are approaching the first 100 days of the anti-Trump media’s failed attempt to paint the president and his agenda as a complete failure. They have tried for three months now to damage the president’s bond with his supporters by trying to define him as an unelected Russian infiltrator, an unhinged egomaniac or a first class fool who is incapable of dealing with the ins and outs of Washington, D.C. With this in mind, we need to ask the question. Has the liar czar media been successful in breaking the bond between the president and his supporters?

Recent polling suggests they haven’t. The data suggests the president’s bond with his supporters is still as strong as ever. According to a new poll by the Washington Post, 96 percent of Trump voters would vote for him all over again. That’s right. The daily media spinning and whining has not hurt the president at all. In another poll by Rasmussen, the president’s approval rating is now climbing over 50 percent. Again, the negative press coverage does’nt seem to be too successful in hurting the president’s relationship with his voters.

What must be really devastating to the liar czar media and their failed presidential candidate is that even today their continuous negativity towards president Trump hasn’t done a damn thing. Thepolls show that president Trump still beats Hillary Clinton handily in a electoral and popular vote by a 43 to 40 percent margin. This further illustrates the failure the press has had in damaging the president of the United States. For three months the press has tried to define the president’s first 100 days as a complete failure. The bottom line is the real failure in Trump’s first 100 days is the media. They ultimately failed in their attempt inĀ breaking the bond between the president and his supporters.