Approximately 178 million people allegedly watched 45th President and leading 2024 presidential contender Donald Trump’s visit to East Palestine, Ohio, to assist and speak with community residents following a railway disaster resulting from a massive spill of dangerous chemicals.
Trump published the fantastic “Viewership Report” on his social media network, Truth Social, on Thursday afternoon. The data indicates that a staggering 144,037,338 individuals viewed Trump’s trip on social media and 34,015,518 individuals through traditional news.
The total number of persons who witnessed Trump’s tour is 178,052,414 individuals.
The report “searched for the combination of the terms ‘East Palestine’ and ‘Trump.'”
According to the study, “the word is still spreading significantly.”
“Specifically, when the news was made last week, there was an increase in publicity that reached around 2 million on social media and 10 million on other platforms.”
The source says that Trump’s “statistics were off the charts with extraordinary reach, 144 million on social media and 34 million on other platforms.”
On Wednesday, word spread around the nation that Trump had donated thousands of liters of cleaning materials and thirteen pallets of water to the inhabitants of East Palestine during his tour there.
This is why Donald Trump dominates the 2024 field, this time in a hypothetical contest against other prospective Republican opponents in the Kansas primary.
In a hypothetical matchup, Remington Research Group pitted Trump against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL), former Vice President Mike Pence, and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley. Additionally, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) were surveyed, even though most of the matchups have yet to declare their intention to run.
The 45th president received thirty percent of the vote, dwarfing Governor DeSantis’s support base, totaling 17 percent. Nikki Haley and Mike Pompeo received nine percent, with Tim Scott trailing far behind with only two percent. This survey, like many others, indicates that Donald Trump remains in the driver’s seat for the 2024 GOP nomination.
This is hardly the only survey released this week that indicates positive news for Trump. Harvard-CAPS and Harris Polling found in a survey presented to Capitol Hill that Trump defeated Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) by 23 points. Trump received 46 percent of the vote compared to DeSantis’s 23 percent.
The DC Enquirer notes a five-point decline in DeSantis’ popularity since last month. A study produced by Neighborhood Research and Media the previous week indicates that President Trump would also win a hypothetical South Carolina GOP primary.
According to the Washington Enquirer, in that survey, Trump came in front with 35.1%, Gov. Ron DeSantis finished in second, more than 13 points behind Trump, with 21.8%, and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley came in third with 16.4%.
Donald Trump is aware of the high stakes in 2024. America is at a breaking point, mainly attributable to Joe Biden and the extreme left Democratic Party and their contempt for the truth. The left is determined to destroy our magnificent nation. Trump will not tolerate this; he is again on a mission to restore America’s greatness.