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Watters Addresses Latest Polling, Predicts Substantial Trump Victory

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Jesse Watters discussed Democrats’ increasing concern over Donald Trump’s lead over President Biden in certain polls.

Watters highlighted a poll showing Trump ahead of Biden by 12 points in Michigan, suggesting potential for a significant electoral victory.

Democrats are depicted as resorting to legal maneuvers, including a prosecutor’s inquiry about charging Trump for contesting the election. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

Trump’s defense team argues that the president’s role as head of the executive branch grants him certain privileges.

“Today, a poll shows Donald Trump beating Joe Biden in Michigan by 12 points,” Watters said.

“Now, if polls like this hold, we’re looking at one of the greatest landslides in American political history, which is why Democrats are desperate and are throwing a legal Hail Mary.”

“Biden’s prosecutor is asking the courts if he’s allowed to charge Trump with a crime for challenging the election. The former president thought he’d show up to the hearing today.”

“His defense team argued that the president commands the executive branch and his chief executive officer.”

“The Constitution empowers the president to execute and enforce the laws of the land.”

“Now, after an unprecedented mail-In ballot election where rules were loosened on the fly and where the CIA, FBI and Big Tech colluded and deceived the American voter, Donald Trump had every right to exercise his power to enforce election law, pursue election fraud allegations along with recounts and legal challenges.”

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