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25 to 30% strongly approve of his presidency. 60% amore don't think he's trustworthy and don't like him, so he's not a Ronald Reagan And then finally, your 13th key challenger charisma. Yeah. Biden, you know a decent guy, but he's no John F. Kennedy. So I don't count the challenger against Trump so adding them all up your prediction for the 2020 election. Take six keys to count out the party holding the White House as a result of the failure to meet the challenges the pandemic and its effect on the economy and social unrest. Trump went from four keys down in 2019. Now the seven keys down. That's one more than necessary to predict the incumbent party defeat. So my final prediction is That Donald Trump will become the first president since Bill Clinton be George H. W. Bush in 1992 tow lose a reelection bid. But there are a couple of things that keep me up at night. I'm sure what's one of them. Just give us one. I'll give you two really voted suppression and Russian intervention. Interesting. Dr. Allan Lichtman, history professor at American University, has correctly predicted the winner of each presidential race since Ronald Reagan's reelection victory in 1980 for using his 13 Keys system. I'm sure some people listening right now we're going to hope that you'll be wrong for the first time since 1984, but you have four years I make half the country really mad that really mad at me. After doing this for 40 years, the entire country you've got quite the track record, though, and thank you so much for the time tonight. We really appreciate it. Take care. Good night. All right, Coming up next door to talk to Elena Train Axios White House reporter covering President Trump and Congress to get a preview of tonight's events. The 2020 vote the Republican National Convention here.