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Why Strong Democratic Women Will Be Trump's Downfall


Election Day 2020 may still be a long way off -- 632 days to be exact -- but Donald Trump's re-election prospects are looking more challenging by the day. And I don't just mean because Trump has the highest disapproval rating (55.1%) of any modern-day president at this point in his presidency -- except for Ronald Reagan (55.5%) (Keep in mind Reagan was in the middle of a recession at the time in 1982.)

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