Article originally appeared on thefederalist.com.
A new poll out this weekend has Democrats fretting over their chances to maintain the White House with the incumbent 80-year-old commander-in-chief.
The results of a swing state survey published by The New York Times on Sunday showed former President Donald Trump leading his 2020 opponent across five tipping-point states in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. In Wisconsin, Trump trails President Joe Biden by a mere 2 points. In 2016, Trump carried the state by a single percent. On the eve of the election between Trump and Hillary Clinton, the RealClearPolitics polling average had the Republican businessman down in the Badger State by more than 6 points.
While Democrats confront red warning lights one year ahead of the next election, anti-Israel demonstrators descended on the White House in a scene reminiscent of the riots from the last months of the Trump administration. Far-left antagonists vandalized gates at the executive mansion and chanted expletives at the president with demands for concessions in the name of so-called “social justice.” Only this time, the White House occupant hails from the same political party as the dissidents. Instead of banners reading “Black Lives Matter,” placards read “Palestinian Lives Matter,” as the left-wing demonstrations represent a rift threatening to tear apart the Democratic Party.
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