Trump trails several Democratic candidates by notable margins in new poll

U.S. President Donald Trump attends a press conference at the White House in Washington D.C. the United States on Nov. 7 2018. U.S

U.S. President Donald Trump attends a press conference at the White House in Washington D.C. the United States on Nov. 7 2018. U.S

Over Trump, registered voters preferred former Vice President Joe Biden (55% to 40%), Vermont Sen.

Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris, of MA and California respectively, both hold seven-point leads over Trump (51-44 and 50-43). The ABC News/Washington Post survey was released a day before a Democratic primary debate in which 10 of the 20 candidates - including those beating Trump in the new poll - will again make their case for why they are best primed to overtake Trump in a general election. Kamala Harris (50% to 43%). "It would also be hypocritical, given that this is a president who excoriates pollsters for showing Hillary Clinton with a substantial lead in late October 2016, ignoring that those pollsters then showed a closer race as Election Day approached".

Trump responded to the new results by blasting the poll as "the worst and most inaccurate" of the 2016 polls. When my lawyers protested, they took a 12 point down and brought it to nearly even by Election Day.

But referring to that poll, the Post's Philip Bump wrote, would be "deceptive, given the challenges of relying on one poll - much less one that's almost a year out of date". It was a Fake Poll by two very bad and risky media outlets. Many of these polls are fixed, or worked in such a way that a certain candidate will look good or bad.

Sixty percent of Americans say a recession is likely to hit the U.S. in the next year because of President Trump's trade war with China, according to a poll released on Tuesday. "This is a phony suppression poll, meant to build up their Democrat partners".

And in an insanely huge lie, Trump insisted, "I haven't even started campaigning yet, and am constantly fighting Fake News like Russia, Russia, Russia". His last one was in North Carolina 36 hours ago.

"That said, with more than a year to go until the general election, Americans still are forming their opinions and gaining familiarity with the potential nominees", the poll stated, urging caution about inferring too much from the results. "We're winning in Texas very big, in OH very big, in Florida very big", Trump said on June 12, adding, "They were fake polls that were either put out by the corrupt media, much of the media in this country is corrupt". "Sorry, but true!" he added.