Jesse Watters Urges Republican Party To Unite Behind Donald Trump


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Fox News host Jesse Watters is calling on the entire Republican Party to unite behind former President Donald Trump.

During an interview on “Jesse Watters Primetime,” the host and his guest, Vivek Ramaswamy, detailed Trump winning every Republican primary contest so far over his rival Nikki Haley.

“Which party, the Republican or Democratic Party, is more united right now?” Watters asked.

Ramaswamy responded: “Undoubtedly, it is the Republican Party. Even beyond that, we have a country that is united even outside the traditional Republican Party. America first includes all Americans. I have traveled to inner cities, I was just in Michigan. From autoworkers to the inner city, people in rural communities to suburban, if you ever think Americans have their heads stuck in the sand.”

“If they don’t notice you have a southern border right now, that we have a way to wave of crime, that interest rates have gone up but wages remain flat. I think a lot of this left-wing media has themselves in a delusion to think that black Americans or Americans of any skin color haven’t noticed what has actually happened in their life right now,” he added.

“So I think we could be on track, Jesse, for a unifying landslide Reagan 1980, 1984-style election. If we make this as a party about what we actually stand for, restore the rule of law, seal the southern border, Mr. Merritt to economic growth in this country, success is unifying, and I think that is our message and I think we are going to be very successful, and the Democrats are going to be licking their wounds if we stay on message,” Ramaswamy continued.



A new poll is potentially devastating for Democrats ahead of the 2024 presidential election.

Surveys have shown former President Donald Trump moving past President Joe Biden for months now.

An Emerson College poll found that Trump also beats Vice President Kamala Harris and Gavin Newsom, the governor of California. He also blows past Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.

The poll found that 45 percent of the 1,225 registered voter respondents surveyed support Trump in a race against Biden, who draws 44 percent support.

Another eleven percent of poll participants are undecided. Trump’s advantage falls within the ± 2.7 percent credibility interval.

“Trump’s slim edge grows by one point when the field widens to include third-party candidates. He leads the pack with 40 percent, followed by Biden at 38 percent and independent candidate Robert F Kennedy Jr. at seven percent. From there, Green Party candidate Jill Stein and independent candidate Cornel West tie at one percent, with another thirteen percent undecided,” the site noted further, referencing the results.

Moreover, a plurality of voters — 45 percent — anticipate that Trump will win the next presidency, whereas 42 percent believe Biden will. Another 14 percent indicates that someone else will emerge victorious in November.

A separate poll found that a plurality of American voters believe that former President Donald Trump’s four years in office were “better than expected,” whereas less than one in seven think the same of President Joe Biden’s term in office.


Forty percent of respondents to a nationwide poll by NBC News on Friday said that they had anticipated a “better” presidency under Trump, the New York Post reported.

31% said it was “about as expected,” and 29% said it was “worse.”

Just 14% of respondents thought Biden’s presidency was “better than expected,” while 42% thought it was “worse.”

Per the poll, 44% more people said it was “about as expected.”

Only 29% of nationally registered voters said that Trump’s presidency was “better than expected,” 27% said it was “worse,” and 43% said it was “about as expected” halfway through his term in office, according to NBC News.

Party-wise, 52% of Democrats said the Biden administration “met expectations,” 30% said it was “better than they expected,” and 18% said it had been “worse” in Friday’s poll.

In contrast, 81% of Republican voters thought the Trump administration was “better than expected,” 6% thought it was “worse,” and 24% thought it was “about as expected.”

But when it came to independent voters, the Biden administration performed horribly; just 6% of them said the president’s term had been “better than they expected,” and a staggering 52% said it had been “worse.”

Of independent voters, 18% thought the Trump administration was “worse,” 43% thought it was “about as expected,” and 38% thought it was “better” than expected.

The poll also revealed that ahead of the 2024 presidential election, registered voters’ top concerns are the US border and the economy, with those who are critical of Biden pointing to worries about his age and mental capacity.

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