It’s funny that Donald Trump announced he’s running for president in the county seat (Orlando) of the county (Orange County) that he lost to Hillary Clinton
in the 2016 Presidential Election.
A person would think that somebody like Donald Trump, who believes that image is everything, would have just enough sense to know that it doesn’t look good to announce his run for POTUS again in a place where folks gave him the back-end of the sunny side. Hillary Clinton won Orange County
with 60.4% of the vote to Donald Trump’s 35.7% of the vote. The remaining 3.9% of the vote went to Gary Johnson (2.7%), Jill Stein (0.9%), somebody named D. Castle (0.2%), and another person by the name of R. De La Fuente (0.1%).
The bad news for Donald Trump is that the Sunshine State isn’t looking so sunny for him.
The folks over at the New York Times
got a hold of his internal polling data which shows that whuppin’ Hillary Clinton gave him in Orange County will come from the entire state if Joe Biden is the Democratic Presidential Nominee this time around.
And then there are the recent reports that the Florida election system was hacked into
. Although Florida Governor Ron DeSantis
doesn’t say who did the hacking, it will be safe to say that Donald Trump more than likely had a helping “Red Hand” in getting that win in Florida.
Donald Trump did, after all, only beat Hillary Clinton by 1.3 percentage points. When factoring that fact in, along with the Freudian slip that Donald Trump tweeted out about Russia helping him to win the election, it’s not far fetch to say that ol’ girl was got.
That's why in the minds of many Americans, Donald Trump is “Not the president of the United States.”
Because as far as they are concern, Donald Trump had everything "to do with
Russia helping" him "to get elected" as the 45th president of the United
Therefore, all Donald Trump did by announcing his re-election campaign in the county seat of the county where Hillary Clinton gave him that whuppin’ is to piss more people off; which will lead to them taking the advice of the Orlando Sentinel
Editorial Board to support folks running for president who are “Not Donald Trump.”