Trump: More Votes Than Romney, On Track To Beat W
At this point in the primary election cycle, Donald Trump has amassed more votes for him than Mitt Romney gathered in all of 2012. With 10.1 million so far, he needs only 700,000 more to beat the record set by George W. Bush in 2000. With California looming, this seems to be a gimme. At the end of June, Trump looks to have gotten more Republican primary votes than any other candidate in history. Why does the GOP not want this man to be their candidate?
Trump has energized the Republican base like no candidate since Ronald Reagan. He’s making independents and Democrats consider heading his way. He has invigorated the middle class, created enthusiasm and interest in the political process, and driven the issues that America talks about since entering the race almost a year ago.
Newt Gingrich gets it: Americans want Trump. With each candidate who withdraws, his numbers get stronger. Even former competing candidate Rick Perry has admitted it: “At the end of the day, I’m voting Trump.” The only people in the Republican party who don’t are the corrupt powerbrokers who see their free meal ticket about to end.
I for one, will be glad to see that particular class of worker permanently unemployed.
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