Despite Trump’s insanely loyal supporter base, his overall appeal throughout the country won’t be enough to send him into the White House for another four years.
Polls put Trump ahead of Biden in almost every poll, but early polls are notoriously unreliable, and “hypothetical elections” don’t accurately represent what Americans will do once their vote truly counts.
In fact, a Fox News poll recently put Biden ahead of Trump by a single point.
According to the poll, Biden would squeak out a narrow victory – 49% to Trump’s 48%- in a head-to-head matchup. However, Republican challengers Ron Desantis and Nikki Haley would both beat Joe Biden in head-to-head matchups.
The fact is most Americans just don’t like Trump.
Then again, most Americans view Joe Biden as being too old. More than 75% of Americans believe Biden is too old to be an effective president over the next four years, according to a poll, and for good reason.
Every time he takes the stage, Biden looks frail and confused. Gaff after gaff has many questioning his mental competency, even Trump.
Even so, Trump’s weird speeches, blind confidence, and a clear history of corruption put the former president far behind Biden in his chances of winning the White House, despite what early polling suggests.
It’s been such a bad year for Trump that he’s fallen off the Forbes 400 list.
The former president’s estimated net worth is $2.6 billion, $300 million shy of the cutoff for the Forbes list. Elon Musk leads the Forbes 400 list, followed by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Larry Elison, Warren Buffett, and Larry Page to round out the top five.
Trump’s buildings also represent a sizeable portion of Trump’s recent losses. Forbes said Trump’s office buildings plummeted in value by $170 million.
Donald Trump joined the Forbes 400 list back in 1982 before falling off the list eight years later. Though Forbes admits his original inclusion in ’82 was less than legitimate.