Trump breaks out dance moves at restaurant over Easter weekend

 April 4, 2024

Former President Donald Trump was in the news this week after a poll showed him ahead of President Joe Biden in six of seven swing states.

However, the former president also managed to raise eyebrows on Sunday with an incident that involved his son Barron. 

Trump began to dance after restaurant patrons greeted him with applause

According to Newsweek, Trump was greeted by applause when he entered a restaurant alongside his son this past weekend.

The former president then proceeded to clench his fists and break into dance, something which was captured in a viral video clip.

This is not the first time in recent weeks that Trump has been observed dancing, as Newsweek reported that he exhibited similar moves during a campaign event held last month at his Mar-a-Lago resort.

Poll shows Trump is ahead of Biden in six critical swing states

Meanwhile, Trump had another reason to dance on Tuesday following the release of a survey put out by The Wall Street Journal.

It found that Trump is leading Biden by a margin ranging from two to eight points in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina. The only swing state where Trump is not ahead of Biden is Wisconsin, where the two men are tied.

The poll also found that voters in all seven states trust Trump over Biden when it comes to handling the economy, inflation, border security, and foreign policy.

What's more, a majority of voters believe Trump displays "the mental and physical fitness needed to be president." The only issues on which Biden outpolled Trump were abortion and protecting democracy.

Biden is losing support among black, Hispanic, and younger voters

When it comes to their overall approval ratings, Trump's time in office is rated more favorably than Biden's in all the states except Arizona.

In 2016, Trump managed to turn Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan red despite the states having long been regarded as Democratic strongholds.

Biden went on to reclaim all three states four years later while also flipping Georgia and Arizona, both of which have traditionally voted for Republican candidates.

The Journal noted that Biden appears to be "having a harder time holding together his 2020 coalition," with much of the problem stemming from a drop in support among African American, Hispanic, and younger voters.

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