Billboard Next to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Home Calls Him ‘Psycho’ 

NEW YORK, USA - Sep 21, 2017: Meeting of the President of the United States Donald Trump with the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko in New York

The state of politics within America continues to rapidly worsen. The country has been quite divided since the 2016 presidential election in which the political outsider and affluent business mogul from New York City Donald Trump achieved a miraculous and unexpected victory over the favored Hillary Clinton, a career politician and wife of the former president Bill Clinton. Following Trumps unlikely victory, the mainstream media did very little to bring Americans together and stop the polarization that was rapidly occurring, and progressives and conservatives on both sides of the political aisle in the media have promoted rhetoric and narratives that have only hurt Americans. Even the 46th President Joe Biden has done little to unify the country in practice after attempting to call himself a unifying figure and promising to heal the nation after winning the 2020 election. In a somewhat questionable speech given in late 2022, Biden claimed the biggest threat to America was white supremacy and has routinely branded Trump and his supporters as “MAGA extremists”. It is not often in American History that a sitting president has used such divisive rhetoric to demonize millions of his own citizens. 

Current polls forecast a rematch between Biden and Trump in the 2024 presidential election which is less than 6 months away from occurring. Most polls show Biden and Trump locked a “dead heat” contest, with many polls showing Biden or Trump narrowly leading each other by as few as one or two points. A Quinnipiac poll released at the end of April showed a 46% to 46% tie between Trump and Biden. It is unlikely that either candidate will win in a major landslide, and the election is likely to be very close and extremely contested. 

As November of 2024 approaches nearer, the vitriolic political attacks have ramped up by both sides. Recently, a billboard calling Trump a “psycho” was placed near his Mar-A-Lago home in the Sunshine State.