President Trump is now gearing up for his re-election campaign in 2020.

But as Democrats prepare to take on the President as he seeks a second term, one new development could throw their plans out the window.

This one number could guarantee President Trump’s re-election.

President Donald Trump stunned the nation and the world when he defeated Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Clinton was the coronated successor to Barack Obama by the Democratic Party and much of the media.

And she was considered a shoo-in for the presidency by most political pundits.

After her defeat, Democrats vowed to never be taken off guard again.

And as the 2020 campaign fast approaches, legions of Democratic candidates are now vying with one another for the opportunity to take on Donald Trump.

But regardless of who the Democrats nominate, Donald Trump may have already cemented his re-election.

The President has been busy the last two years undoing much of the damage brought about by Barack Obama.

And one key piece of news that Trump will surely be running on is the growing economy.

To hammer that point home, President Trump can boast about the millions of Americans who are no longer on government assistance in a variety of ways.

Among those are the 3.8 million who no longer rely on Food Stamps as they did under Barack Obama.

Breitbart News is reporting, “More than 3.8 million people dropped off food stamps since President Donald Trump’s first full month in office, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).”

“The latest USDA data revealed that food stamp participation dropped to 38,577,141 in November 2018, down by 3,899,257 since Trump took office in February 2017, when 42,134,301 Americans received food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).”

This number is at its lowest level in a decade, since the very beginning of President Obama’s eight years in office.

And it’s a stunning accomplishment for Donald Trump to make as he seeks a second term.

Under his leadership, more Americans are working and less are on government assistance.

This follows a trendline that has persisted since peaking under the Obama presidency.

And now Trump can make the case that another four-year term of him in office will see even less Americans relying on government assistance to live.

Since one of his key campaign promises in 2016 was to get America back to work, President Trump now has yet another achievement to remind the American people of when he hits the campaign trail between now and November 2020.

And as the Democrats are more than likely going to promise to put more Americans on some form of government assistance, the contrast between the Democratic field and President Trump is greater than ever before.

It’s now up to Trump to make the case to the American people.

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