Trump has received a lot of heat for his infamous "locker room talk" video from over a decade ago over the past week or so. Hillary came after Trump hard, with the help of her lapdogs at the 'unbiased' mainstream media, for the video early on in the debate. She thought she had the golden ticket and the debate was in the bag, but she quickly began to crumble after Trump came out prepared and came out swinging.

Trump completely annihilated Hillary in the debate, so much so that she was seen needing to be helped down stairs as the U.S. Herald reported earlier this week. Well now the poll results are in and they tell it all.

A recent Rasmussen report and poll shows Trumps quick climb back to the top after his tenacious performance in Sunday's debate. The report and corresponding poll shows Trump leading Hillary by 2 points.

The online survey showed that as of now Donald Trump has received 43% support among likely U.S. voters to Hillary Clinton's 41%.

The poll is updated daily Monday through Friday and is released at 8:30 am Eastern Standard Time. Trump's climb to the top sure was quick and shows an explosive trajectory as we head into the home stretch of the election.

On Monday the polls showed Hillary with her largest lead ever of 7 points but that number has been plummeting ever since. Tuesday's poll results showed Hillary holding a 5 point lead over Trump.

It only got worse for Hillary from there. By Wednesday the poll results showed Hillary with a 4 point lead garnering 43% support to Trump's 39%. Now it's completely flipped and it would seem that Hillary is slipping away from the publics good favor, and she's doing it fast.

The original Monday reports likely reflect the very negative impact that the initial shock of the "locker room talk" video of Trump was posted on Friday afternoon before the debate.

The report is based on three-day rolling average of 1,500 Likely U.S. Voters. It's clear that Trump's infamous video had a negative impact on his campaign and his public image and he's going to have an uphill battle to fix the damage done by that 11-year-old video.

It's also very clear however that, just as Trump said, this video is just a distraction from the real issues at hand, border security, healthcare, foreign trade agreements, how to deal with the very real threat of ISIS, just to name a few.

It would appear that the American people have put this video in perspective and weighed it's impact compared to the massive havoc that Hillary is sure to wreak on this country if she gets elected.

Add this to the promise that WikiLeaks has made to continue to release more emails and documents and expose the true extent of Hillary's corruption and her true colors and it's not looking good for Hillary.

The Clinton camp is surely in full panic mode, especially after the latest results of this public have been released to the public. This just confirms the trend that we have seen in the past of Hillary struggling to stay above water by latching onto any and every jab against Trump that her campaign can dig up. The problem is, Hillary has way more dirt to dig up and, despite how hard she tries, it seems to all be coming to the surface at the worst time possible for us.

As for the American people, we should be able to see both candidates with transparency and see their mistakes and accomplishments. That's the only way we will be able to the right decision, but at this point it doesn't seem like it's a hard choice and the American people are starting to see the same. Trump has proven that he is resilient and strong in the face of adversity, whereas his competition physically can't even stand when things don't go exactly as her and her corruption camp plotted.

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Source: I Love My Freedom


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