How to get rid of the “basket of deplorables”
The president has made his unpopularity among many voters known.
But his approval rating in some key battleground states has dipped since he took office, with most Americans now saying he is either not honest or doesn’t care about them.
Here are three strategies that should help get the president’s approval rating back up to where it should be. 1.
End the ban on “fake news.”
The president has been under fire for his “fake” news campaign since he began his campaign in early January.
But that campaign has largely been driven by the fact that the president has repeatedly tweeted inaccurate stories, including the assertion that he fired FBI Director James Comey because of the Russia probe.
Trump has repeatedly denied the claim, but some have argued that this tactic has helped him keep his job.
Here’s how to end the fake news ban.
End political correctness.
Trump has often used Twitter to lash out at people who disagree with him.
His supporters have repeatedly taken offense to his criticism of the NFL and the military.
But a recent survey by the Pew Research Center found that 81 percent of voters say that they are very or somewhat supportive of Trump.
This isn’t a new phenomenon.
Trump supporters have long called out other members of the liberal establishment for being too liberal, including former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Stop attacking the media.
Trump’s attacks on the media have made many people feel like they’re being attacked by an enemy force.
This is particularly true in states that are going to swing elections.
In Ohio, where Trump won by a slim margin, there is a significant racial divide in the country.
This election could be the first time the country turns on the Trump administration and looks to elect a president who is not beholden to the establishment.