The so-called “mainstream” media is busy promoting polls which purportedly show that the American people have turned against Trump.

But it’s not the real story.

The press is also trying to cover up Trump’s true political position for the 2020 campaign.

The media breathlessly reported on an ABC/Washington Post poll which found Trump with a 42 percent approval rating ahead of the artificial 100-day mark.

But this isn’t the real story of the poll.

Respondents to the survey reported they voted for Hillary Clinton by 46 to 43 percent margin.

This was similar to her meaningless 2-point popular vote victory.

But buried in the second to last paragraph of the story, the poll found that Americans would vote for Trump in 2020 by a 43 to 40 percent margin.

Trump swung a 2-point popular vote margin into a 3-point lead in a hypothetical match-up.

The Washington Post reports:

“Despite the public’s skepticism of Trump’s first 100 days, the survey finds little evidence voters would render a different verdict from last November, when Trump won key states needed to secure victory in the electoral college despite Clinton winning more votes nationwide.

The new survey finds 46 percent saying they voted for Clinton and 43 percent for Trump, similar to her two-point national vote margin. Asked how they would vote if the election were held today, 43 say they would support Trump and 40 percent say Clinton.”

Trump was able to expand on his 2016 electoral performance because Trump voters are rock solid in their loyalty.

The poll found 96 percent of Trump voters would still back him – with only two percent saying they regret their vote.

Despite the media hype that Trump has failed as President, Trump supporters are pleased with his performance.

The Post’s poll also reported that those who said the economy was getting better outnumbered those who said it was getting worse – and by the largest margin in the survey’s 15-year history.

Trump reacted to the polls on Twitter and pointed out that the approval rating numbers were meaningless and the real story was his strong political standing.