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Joe Biden has an Iowa problem. In danger of a three-peat, Biden kicked off his “Soul of the Nation” bus tour today in the Hawkeye State. But with one week to go till the Iowa caucuses, folks are starting to notice that he’s losing the crowd – fast.

As reported by the Free Beacon, MSNBC’s Katy Tur voiced her concern over Biden’s crowd size and overall electability noting, “what does that mean for his support going forward?“ Tur also mentioned the lack of enthusiasm at Biden rallies by saying, “then you hear Biden’s crowd and it’s just him, it’s just his voice.”

With President Trump headed to the Hawkeye State this week, even MSNBC realizes that the “few hundred people” Democrats get for their events will pale in comparison to Thursday night’s rally.

“’As these candidates are getting a couple hundred, sometimes a thousand people, [Trump] is gonna fly in here, and if past is precedent, get 5,000, 10,000 people here in Des Moines,’ Tur said. ‘What does that say about the Democrats’ chances in November when Donald Trump is drawing crowds that are that big and the Democrats are not?’”

Bottom line: While the Democrats choose their candidate next week, the support President Trump has in the Hawkeye State is unmatched and Iowans across the state will be ready to re-elect him in November.

Author: Press Release