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During an interview with Express.co.uk, Jadan Horyn said Mr Trump’s four year presidency had resulted in the best economy the US has seen in 50 years. The US political commentator said the Republican President has found a message that resonates with voters.
Mr Horyn said: “As someone who follows these things and looks at the President, I know that before coronavirus hit there was a clear message.
“It was the best economy in 50 years, the best unemployment rate for every minority in the history of the country.
“I don’t think after nine months that the general opinion of the President, who has found a message that resonates with voters, will be anything other than give him a shot.
He added: “I think there are really great parallels to what happened with Brexit.
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“The upper middle class, pro-European, whether they were in Wales or Scotland it doesn’t really matter, they were turned off by that rhetoric.
“I think it is very similar to that here.
“For the election itself I would say finding a message that resonates with people is important.
“He has that hands down.”
Earlier this week, Mr Trump said he could leave the US if his rival Joe Biden won next month’s presidential election.
The President made the comments to a rally of his supporters in Macon, Georgia.
Addressing his supporters, Mr Trump said: “You know what – running against the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics puts pressure on me.
“Could you imagine if I lose what am I going to do?
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“I’m going to say I lost to the worst candidate in the history of politics.
“I’m not going to feel so good.
“Maybe I’ll have to leave the country, I don’t know.”
Mr Trump’s supporters laughed at the comments, which appeared to be made in jest.
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