Donald Trump's approval ratings are in the toilet.
Last year, Trump became the third president in history to be impeached.
He does not read intelligence briefings.
In just three and a half years, he has eroded decades of international diplomatic alliances.
"The unemployment rate for teens ages 16 to 19 peaked at 31% in April, more than double the national rate of 14.7%. College graduates who only months ago were on track to enter one of the best job markets in US history have instead landed in one of the worst. A slate of summer internships and jobs have been cancelled and they are worried about their parents struggling to pay bills."
Just these examples alone are enough to see why it's obvious Donald Trump will lose re-election to Joe Biden in the fall.
Trump even admitted to Sean Hannity Biden "is going to be president because some people don't love me."
Before we get cocky, though, let's step in the way-back machine to that far-off time of 2016.
Many--maybe even most--thought it was preposterous for a political neophyte reality-TV pseudo-millionaire slumlord to defeat a former first lady, senator, and secretary of state.
Yet, despite Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote by the widest margin of any president in history, Donald Trump now occupies the Oval Office.
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