Originally published at: BACKFIRE: Trump Approval Hits Highest Point This Year AFTER Pelosi’s Impeachment Push | Sean Hannity
President Trump’s approval rating popped to its highest level this year; hitting 49% in a Hill-Harris poll just days after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi officially endorsed an impeachment inquiry against the Commander-in-Chief.
“Despite the launch of impeachment proceedings, the president saw a 2-point increase from a poll a month ago, according to the new Hill-HarrisX survey released on Wednesday and taken after the impeachment inquiry was begun,” reports the NY Post. “That makes him just 2 points shy of his highest-ever approval rating of 51 percent last August.”
President Trump’s re-election campaign and the RNC raised more than $125 million dollars in the 3rd quarter of 2019; raising new questions over Nancy Pelosi’s recent impeachment push and its impact on the 2020 election.
“Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale announced the three-month total in a tweet Tuesday afternoon. The pro-Trump groups, which also include his joint fundraising entities with the GOP, have raised more than $308 million in total in 2019, and boast more than $156 million cash on hand,” reports CNBC.
“Huge fundraising haul this quarter. The @gop and @realDonaldTrump campaign brought in 125 million!!!@GOPChairwoman has been killing it. She’s a great partner as we go on to win 4 more years,” posted Parscale.
— Brad Parscale (@parscale) October 1, 2019
“We are investing millions on the airwaves and on the ground to hold House Democrats accountable, highlight their obstruction, and take back the House and re-elect President Trump in 2020,” GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement.
For comparison, former President Barack Obama raised just $70 million during the same period back in 2011.
Read the full report at the New York Post.