Donald Trump Jr., his son-in-law Jared Kushner and son-apparent, White House adviser Jared Kushner are all in a tough spot in the race to become the next president of the United States.
The Republican and Democrat nominees are locked in a tight race that could decide the fate of the nation, with Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton locked in the lead.
But even though neither candidate has a majority in the Electoral College, Trump is poised to claim the presidency in 2020.
That could be enough to seal the deal for him if he can win a majority of votes in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. But the reality is that even if Trump manages to win the popular vote and win the electoral college, he will be facing a daunting task of getting 270 electoral votes to become president.
This means that he’ll have to win every state and every congressional district that he’s currently running for.
The first question the public has to ask about a Trump presidency is whether it will be an unmitigated disaster.
To determine if a Trump administration will be the worst, let’s take a look at some of the biggest risks that could threaten his presidency.
If Trump’s approval rating falls below 30% by November of 2021, the worst-case scenario would be a full-blown civil war that would put at risk the safety and security of the American people.
Trump’s approval ratings would plummet to as low as 24% if he was impeached.
Even if Trump wins a second term, his approval ratings could plummet to 30% or lower by 2022 if the Democrats retake the House of Representatives.
The Republicans would lose control of both houses of Congress if Trump loses.
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In a poll conducted by the conservative American Action Forum, more than 60% of Republican primary voters said they would not support the president, and another 40% said they wouldn’t vote for him.
Democrats are also likely to be in the minority in the House if Trump’s party wins control of the House.
Republicans would be in a much better position to push through major legislative bills that would advance the agenda of the president.
And if Trump does not win the presidency, the U.S. government could face a major crisis.
The U.N. Security Council is scheduled to vote on a proposed new U.K. military operation to restore order in Libya, and a U.M.F. (United Nations Mission in Libya) strike could occur, as well.
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