Texas just backed out and the White House is completely shocked. No one expected this news, but now President Donald Trump’s top advisors are having to respond to it. This is stunning.
“Trump garnered 41 percent compared to Biden’s 46 percent,” reported Breitbart News on a recent poll conducted in Texas. The poll was commissioned by Dallas Morning News/University of Texas at Tyler earlier this month.
“Four percent of respondents selected ‘other,’ and nine percent indicated they were ‘undecided,'” continued Breitbart. The margin of error was 2.44 percent in either direction, meaning the two candidates could be closer together.
Of course, they could also be further apart, but with a relatively small margin of error, it wouldn’t make too much of a difference. But here’s the question: Is Trump actually vulnerable in a reliable Republican state like Texas?
Let’s recap 2018 for a moment: In the statewide race between Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and former Congressman Beto O’Rourke (D-TX). Pundits and polls spelled doom for Cruz, but the voters of Texas proved the cynics wrong.
Also, as noted by Breitbart, “Trump secured a victory in Texas in 2016, defeating Hillary Clinton 52.2 percent to 43.2 percent.” Election Day on November 3 will tell the story of 2020 — with Trump winning Texas and re-election.
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