In light of Democratic losses in this year’s special congressional elections, most voters continue to believe that it’s bad for America and bad for the Democratic Party if Democrats resist everything President Donald Trump does. But a majority of Democratic voters think the opposite is true.
President Trump said at a rally last week that immigrants "must be able to support themselves financially," and called for stricter enforcement of laws that prevent them from receiving welfare until they’ve been in the United States at least five years. Most voters are on board.
While campaigning his way to the White House in 2016, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump promised his supporters that if they elected him, they'd win so much they'd actually get tired of it. Since then, the Republica ...
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