CNN host Alisyn Camerota was caught off guard during a segment Friday morning; covering a new network poll that showed “massive movement towards the President” since the Democrats’ began their formal impeachment inquiry.
“Take a look at how that compares to October! Biden was up by 10-points, so his lead has been cut in half… This is a massive movement towards the President of the United States at this particular point,” said a CNN analyst.
“Do we have any sense why?” asked Alisyn Camerota.
Watch the stunned CNN analysts’ reaction above.
'WORST MAYOR EVER': Bill De Blasio MOCKED at ‘Green New Deal’ Rally Inside Trump Tower
Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio was publicly mocked during a rally inside Trump Tower over the weekend; with countless protesters panning his decision to “ban” future construction of “classic” glass and steel skyscrapers.
“New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio faced a crowd of angry protesters Monday at a raucous rally promoting the city’s Green New Deal inside the lobby of Trump Tower, where the Democrat threatened President Trump’s family company with millions of dollars in fines if his buildings don’t comply with new environmental standards,” reports Fox News.
Scene in lobby of Trump tower as Trump supporters try to drown out de Blasio rally with signs saying “worst mayor ever” pic.twitter.com/5xo7wYpHKI
— Melissa Russo (@MelissaRusso4NY) May 13, 2019
“Speaking in front of the same escalators where Trump launched his 2016 campaign, de Blasio blasted the president’s rollback of Obama-era environmental policies, his move to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement and his appointment of climate change skeptics to the Cabinet,” adds the article.
“His buildings are one of the biggest polluters in New York City,” de Blasio said. “Cut your emissions or we’ll cut something you really care about.”
Read the full report at Fox News.
AMERICA UNLEASHED: Wages ‘JUMP’ by 3.1% in 2018, Highest Level in 10 YEARS
Wages and salaries rose at a record-breaking pace under President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress in 2018; ticking up a staggering 3.1% and seeing the largest gains in over a decade.
“On a yearly basis, wages and salaries jumped 3.1 percent, the biggest increase in 10 years,” writes CNBC. “Wage increases have been the missing link in the economy since the recovery began in mid-2008. Average hourly earnings have been rising steadily but have stayed below the 3 percent level as slack has remained in the labor market.”
The unemployment rate remained at 3.7% in the third quarter of 2018; the lowest level since 1969.
The strong economic data comes less than one week before American voters head to the polls to decide the future direction of the country.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has repeatedly vowed to repeal the “GOP Tax Scam” should her party retake control of Congress on Election Day.
Read the full report at CNBC.