Trump Campaign Demands CNN Apologize For Poll Showing Biden Leading
The demand, coming in the form of a cease and desist letter to CNN President Jeff Zucker, was immediately rejected by the network."We stand by our poll," said Matt Dornic, a CNN spokesman.Biden builds largest lead this yearThe CNN poll conducted by SSRS and released on Monday shows Trump trailing the former vice president by 14 points, 55%-41%, among registered voters. It also finds the President's approval rating at 38% -- his worst mark since January 2019, and roughly on par with approval ratings for one-term Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush at this point in their reelection years -- and his disapproval rating at 57%.