Former Rep. Peter Meijer. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Welcome back from a long holiday weekend in which you paid no attention to politics, hopefully.

Good thing, if so. You might have lost your appetite.

A few days ago, for the first time, Donald Trump crossed 60 percent in the Republican primary national polling average. He’s topped 62 percent in each of the last four national polls taken while his two most credible challengers continue to hover at around 25—combined.

He reached another milestone earlier this month when he touched 46 percent in the average of head-to-head polling against Joe Biden. Last week he inched up further to 47 percent; the president, meanwhile, is treading water at 45 and may be on his way down. Of the last 18 surveys taken, Trump has led in 16.

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