Who is the most popular man to ever live?
Why, it’s Donald Trump, of course. Just ask him, he’ll tell you.
But in recent days, there’s been some glaring evidence that Trump’s popularity is beginning to wane.
Hours before his Saturday rally in Ohio, the former president took to his own Truth Social platform to boast about his “sold out” show, declaring there would be a “massive crowd” packed into the 7,000-seat Covelli Centre in Youngstown.
“The Pennsylvania Rally was a massive success, ‘packed’ with great American Patriots, and the Ohio Rally, tonight, is a likewise sold out juggernaut – Look at the massive crowds,” Trump said with his characteristically weird capitalization.
Eh, not so much.
“Uncharacteristically thin crowd in Ohio as Trump prepares to take the stage,” the Daily Mail wrote Saturday evening.
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) September 18, 2022
The stadium filled in a bit before Trump took the stage, but it still was clearly NOT packed to capacity at showtime.
Then there was a new poll that came out Sunday, which showed Trump’s approval rating has plunged to its lowest point since April 2021.