Democrats absolutely hate the idea that President Trump is in front of the cameras every single day.


Because the American people are getting to know their president and they’re seeing that he is not this awful monster that the fake news media has made him out to be for years now.

Thanks to his amazing leadership, President Trump’s approval ratings are soaring and 60% of Americans approve of how he’s handling the COVID-19 crisis.

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His daily briefings are a rating bonanza, which you know is infuriating the Dems who are just off on the sidelines seething mad.

The New York Times reluctantly admitted on Wednesday that the president’s daily coronavirus updates are garnering an average audience of 8.5 million on cable news, adding, “roughly the viewership of the season finale of ‘The Bachelor.’”

The Times moaned, “And the numbers are continuing to rise, driven by intense concern about the virus and the housebound status of millions of Americans who are practicing social distancing. On Monday, nearly 12.2 million people watched Mr. Trump’s briefing on CNN, Fox News and MSNBC, according to Nielsen — ‘Monday Night Football’ numbers. Millions more are watching on ABC, CBS, NBC and online streaming sites.” [Daily Wire]

But, it’s not just daily briefings that are garnering him a steady stream of followers.

President Trump held a “Coronavirus town hall” where he sat down with Fox News’ Bill Hemmer to discuss his response plan. It was the most-watched

President Trump DONALD JOHN TRUMPThe pandemic is bad, we need the capability to measure just how badFlorida governor wants federal disaster area declarationAmash calls stimulus package ‘a raw deal’ for ‘those who need the most help’MORE’s virtual town hall hosted by Fox News on Tuesday set a record as the most-watched town hall in cable news history with an average of 4.4 million viewers, the network announced Wednesday.

Trump and members of the White House coronavirus task force sat in the Rose Garden for the two-hour town hall, which began at noon and was moderated by Fox’s Harris Faulkner and Bill Hemmer.

Hemmer was present with Trump and his task force, who answered questions submitted by people via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. [The Hill]

The American people appreciate the “hands-on” approach and leadership that President Trump is providing.

His briefings are hopeful and helpful and sometimes filled with sass when Trump goes against the nasty fake news media.


This piece was written by Missy Crane on March 26, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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