Trump Responds After Rally Breaks All-Time Record On Fox News – “These Are The Real Polls….”

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Democrats try to pretend that Donald Trump is less popular than he used to be. Don’t believe them for a moment.

Donald Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma was the most-watched event in Fox News’ television history. And Donald Trump is now hailing television viewership numbers as “the real polls” ahead of the 2020 election, according to The Hill.

The “Real Polls” Tell The Truth

After it was revealed that Donald Trump’s rally was one of the most-watched events in Fox News’ history, President Donald Trump lashed out at the lying media for publishing biased polls showing that he’s behind.

On Twitter, Trump wrote:

“Do not believe the Fake News Media. Oklahoma speech had the highest Saturday television ratings in @FoxNews history. @seanhannity dominated T.V. with my interview on Thursday night, more than @CNN & MSDNC COMBINED.”

Trump continued:

“These are the real polls, the Silent Majority, not FAKE POLLS!”

Trump used the massive numbers to make a prediction about 2020, saying that he would defeat Pelosi, Schumer, and other Democrats:

“We will win the Election against Corrupt Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Schumer. We will save the Supreme Court, your 2nd Amendment, permanent damage from the ridiculous Green New Deal, and you from massive Tax Hikes. Also, our Heritage, History and LAW & ORDER!”

You can view Trump’s original tweets below:

The Polls Have Been Wrong Before

Although the liberal media likes to use polls showing Biden leading Donald Trump, they can’t really be taken very seriously.

You and I both know exactly what happened in 2016. All of the polls showed that Hillary Clinton would win. But on election night, it was Donald Trump who became president.

Trump is right. Fox News viewership records are the new polls. Because they show how many Republicans are actually watching Donald Trump and support him.

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