June 26, 2015
It probably won’t happen, but it is technically possible that Donald Trump could get the GOP nomination.
He’s in second place.
A second public poll released this week shows the real estate mogul-turned-reality show star ahead of all other Republican presidential hopefuls except former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. Earlier this week, when a Suffolk University poll showed Trump in the No. 2 spot in New Hampshire, some dismissed it as a fluke. Then on Thursday, a CNN and New Hampshire’s WMUR-TV showed the same. It is part of a one-two win for Trump this week, yet it also comes as Trump’s former business partners are moving away from the tough-talking bully and his incendiary comments about China, Mexico and immigrants.
So, American conservatives will have to choose whether or not they want to support a man who is actually anti-immigration, or an aggressively pro-immigration candidate who allows them to be nostalgic about a pro-immigration President we had 7 years ago when America felt better than it does now.
Sorry, Donald – in America, we allow women to vote. And you’re not bringing enough feelings in your package.
Doesn’t matter anyway because neither of them could beat Hillary. Her Presidency, and the hell which will come with it, are basically divinely ordained.
Still. Debates will be interesting.