Americans remain sharply polarized in their views of the opposing party. "It is a dead party".
About 11 percent of white evangelicals, meanwhile, said they were "weak Trump opponents" and their opinion could change, but 13 percent of white evangelicals said they were "strong" opponents to Trump and he could do nothing to win their approval. "They are ineffective, they're vision-less, and they have no identity", Hannity told Steve Bannon on SiriusXM 125. Trump has yet to do anything that was not in the best interests of Donald John Trump.
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The revision changes long-held procedures to account for troops at the Pentagon. "That's where we are now", Manning said. Mattis' direction to give the American people a better idea of the commitment of USA forces in the region.
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Hannity went on to say that the he believes the Republican Party left him. Twenty-three percent said they supported him in 2016, and are now leaning away from supporting him in the next election.
Hannity called that behavior "total and complete bullshit". Women make up much of the Democratic advantage: More than half of women (51 percent) express a preference for the Democratic candidate, while only 31 percent say they would vote Republican. He is promoting primary challenges against virtually every GOP senator on the ballot in 2018, with a goal of ousting Sen. House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell both routinely poll worse than he does - and the congressional GOP's relentless attempts to strip people of health insurance and raise taxes on working families to pay for billionaire tax breaks have been met with widespread outrage. "I think I speak not only for myself but for many other people that I could never vote ever again for a party that is making an open endorsement of a man against whom there are credible accusations of pedophilia. In July, he commented on the party's futile efforts by saying that the GOP was "'taking toilet paper, wetting it down and throwing it at the wall hoping it sticks.