Fox Stuns Trump Day Before Debate With THIS

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For the last few weeks, we have been reporting on Donald Trump, who found himself the target of liberal backlash after he criticized the U.S.’s relationship with Mexico during his campaign announcement.

While many didn’t take Trump seriously as a presidential candidate at the beginning, that all changed last week when polls revealed that Trump is currently the frontrunner in the race for the GOP nomination. Despite his success, the GOP establishment has been on a mission to take Trump down because he refuses to let them control him.

Yesterday, Fox announced that Trump will be one of the ten candidates who will participate in the primetime GOP debate on Thursday. With just a day to go before the big debate, Trump just received some startling news from Fox…

According to Conservative Tribune, a new poll shows Trump at his highest numbers ever, while Hillary Clinton is at a record low. The poll says that Trump is in first place by far with 26% of the vote. Jeb Bush is in second with 15%, and Scott Walker is in third with 9%, meaning that Trump is the heavy favorite to say the least!

Just one month ago, Trump was polling in at 11%, but his no-nonsense attitude has helped him go on a meteoric rise. His 26% polling number is also the highest number any GOP candidate has gotten since Fox first started polling for the 2016 presidential race back in 2013.

And the good news for Trump didn’t stop there! 34% of voters said they would “definitely” vote for Trump, up from 8% who said the same two months ago. Only 33% of people said they would “never” vote for him, down from 59% in June.

Meanwhile, Hillary learned from the poll that she is now at 51%. This is down from 61% last month and 59% last WEEK. Vermont socialist Senator Bernie Sanders is also gaining on her fast, as he now has 22% of the vote.

These polling numbers prove once and for all the Trump is a force to be reckoned with, and that all other candidates should watch their backs!

What do you think about these numbers? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.

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