The 2020 Presidential election is considered to be one of the most contentious elections in American and maybe Western history, so much so that the aftermath gave rise to a new f-word. After a string of audits carried out by states with close electoral margins, many Republican voters have hopes that these audits and subsequent investigations might well be sufficient to legally reinstate Donald Trump as President.
In a recent Politico-Morning Consult poll carried out last week with nearly two thousand respondents, it appears that the vast majority of Americans do not think that there is a possibility that Donald Trump can be reinstated as President of the United States. In fact, even sixty-one percent of Republicans do not currently believe reinstatement is a possibility. Unsurprisingly, eighty-four percent of Democrats and seventy percent of Independents carry the same opinion on the subject.
In fact, Donald Trump himself is reported to believe that he will be reinstated as President