Washington: President Donald Trump formally launched what might be an uphill battle to persuade voters to give him four more years in office.
At an evening rally in Orlando, Florida, Trump, who would begin making his case with gusto for a second term.
“We are doing best job that anybody’s done probably as a first-term President, he remarked.
Meanwhile,Trump confidant, Newt Gingrich, a former Republican speaker of US House of Representatives was of the opinion, “If economy stays strong, Trump is very likely to get re-elected.
But aftermath of a probe into Russian interference in 2016 election, coupled with a presidential style marked by name-calling and eye-popping tweets, has undermined some Americans’ confidence in Trump ahead of November 2020 election.
The advisers believe Trump’s chances will improve once Democrats go through their hard-fought nominating process and produce a nominee for him to face off against.