George Conway Just 'Fixed' Donald Trump's Bonkers Tweet About His Poll Numbers For Him, and It's Too Accurate

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Two months after Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation and submitted his conclusions, President Donald Trump continues to whine about the political fallout despite his ongoing, incorrect insistence that Mueller found "no collusion" and "no obstruction" (he obviously has not read the Mueller report).

On Wednesday morning, Trump - for the 203rd time - complained that Mueller's probe into Russian election interference & obstruction of justice was a "witch hunt" and a "hoax."


Trump also feels that the investigation has harmed his approval ratings.

Trump tweeted:

"Without the ILLEGAL Witch Hunt, my poll numbers, especially because of our historically “great” economy, would be at 65%. Too bad! The greatest Hoax in American History."

Trump's approval ratings are nowhere near 65 percent. In fact, Trump's poll numbers are lower than any president's within the last 70 years except for Jimmy Carter.

The latest polling from RealClearPolitics has Trump's job approval at 43 percent. Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight has it at 41.3 percent. Gallop has Trump pegged at an abysmal 40 percent.

Thus, Conservative lawyer George Conway, Twitter's favorite Trump critic, "fixed it" for him.

"Without your bizarre, improper, impeachable, and ILLEGAL behavior in response to the perfectly justified investigation you like to call a “Witch Hunt,” and without your deranged behavior in numerous other respects, your poll numbers, especially because of the great, full-employment economy that you inherited and then goosed up with massive deficit spending, would be much higher than they are. Too bad! The most unfit and incompetent president in American history."

Nailed it.

With Trump, everything is always someone else's fault. But we know better.

Trump has an almost pathological lack of self-awareness.

Too bad.

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