November 30, 2022

Trump has created a political movement despite his ‘failed’ presidency

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd joins Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist in saying it’s hard to see Trump’s tenure “as anything other than a failed presidency.” … But politically, he’s actually stronger in the Republican Party today than he was when he took office. Todd is also optimistic that President-elect Joe Biden will be able to get relief from coronaviruses and a big infrastructure bill will be passed this year, but “it will get more difficult” later in his presidency.