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"I believe my base is so strong, I'm not sure I have to do that, "Trump Time told in an interview published Thursday.
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"People believe everyone is going to change people's mind," he said. to appear who believes in you. "
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During his first term, Trump's approval rating has mostly weakened in the low- or mid-40 percent range, and he has not yet blown 50 percent approval in the Gallup poll. The study numbers indicate that Trump has struggled to win over new followers but has solidified support among Republicans.
The president held a rally in Orlando, Fla., On Tuesday to officially launch his re-election efforts. The content of his remarks mostly played to his core supporters and reminiscent of 2016 events where he attacked Clinton and rose to insiders in Washington.