US President Donald Trump Twitter use harms America’s standing in the world, most voters say in poll

In this AFP file photo taken on February 5, the Twitter logo stands outside the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, California. US Pre...

In this AFP file photo taken on February 5, the Twitter logo stands outside the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, California.
US President Donald Trump’s use of Twitter is hurting America’s standing in the world, say the majority of voters in a new poll.

Nearly half of voters in the Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday also linked Trump’s incessant tweeting to possible failure in the 2020 campaign.

Forty-six percent of voters taking part in the new poll believed that Trump would harm his chances of being reelected in the 2020 presidential election.

Only 22 percent said his use of Twitter with 59.9 million followers is helpful while 17 percent said it would not influence the 2020 reelection bid at all.

Fifty-four percent said it would hurt America’s standing in the world and 55 percent said it would harm his own presidency.

Trump uses Twitter too much, according to seven in 10 voters, while 14 percent said he uses it the right amount and one percent wanted to see the president more often on Twitter.It also showed some of Trump’s opponents, including former President Barak Obama, former President Bill Clinton, and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who lost the 2016 presidential election to Trump.

Trump immediately claimed credit for the success of the platform after Twitter said on April 23 that profits soared in the past quarter.


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