John Fetterman discovered one fact about Donald Trump and Pennsylvania that has him in a total panic

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Communication and dress code problems may elude the junior Senator from the Keystone State.

But that isn’t stopping him from picking up on the political winds.

Now John Fetterman discovered one fact about Donald Trump and Pennsylvania that has him in a total panic.

Last week, Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) spoke with The New York Times about the political fallout surrounding former President Donald Trump’s indictment.

During that interview, he made an admission that can’t make his fellow Democrats feel too comfortable.

Fetterman: Trump has undeniable strength in Pennsylvania

According to Senator Fetterman, Trump still has strong political pull in his home state of Pennsylvania, and there are “Trump signs everywhere.”

“It doesn’t matter,” Fetterman said. “I’m a Senator, and I’m not sure how many times he’s been indicted. He’s been impeached twice. Has that changed anything? You’re still seeing Trump signs everywhere in Pennsylvania. You have to respect his strength in all of that.”

It was quite the admission from a Democrat who couldn’t be more opposed to the former President.

Fetterman added that Trump was likely to be “very competitive” just from what he has seen firsthand from voters, though he did feel that he has to break a difficult ceiling.

“Trump would be very competitive in Pennsylvania,” he added. “But Trump has to perform above his ceiling. I think there’s a hard ceiling in Pennsylvania he can’t get past.”

When the conversation turned to President Joe Biden, things got a little awkward, though.

Senator Fetterman, who was elected despite significant medical issues related to a stroke, called Biden “sharp” and “aware” in reference to his obvious declining physical and mental capacity.

Pennsylvania is up for grabs in 2024

Recent polling from Quinnipiac University, a notoriously left-leaning polling outfit, showed the potential 2024 matchup between President Biden and Trump to be a toss-up.

In a hypothetical 2024 General Election matchup between Biden and Trump, the race is a virtual dead heat among all registered voters, with 47% supporting Trump and 46% supporting Biden.

“Though battling fierce legal headwinds, Trump leaves the rest of the GOP pack (including Ron DeSantis) looking like ‘also rans’ and is running neck and neck with President Biden,” Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy said.

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