Trump has No Campaign Infrastructure in Remaining Primary States
Roger Stone, the former senior adviser to Donald Trump who left the campaign last November claims that Trump’s campaign has virtually no infrastructure in the remaining primary states. Stone said Trump’s huge “landslide loss” in Wisconsin should be a warning that the campaign needs to be better organized in states like Pennsylvania, Maryland and Indiana:
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, Presidential Campaign
, Ted Cruz
Does John Kasich Actually Serve A Purpose In New York?
Unlike Trump, he isn’t lying about it/contradicting himself about it. He is openly embracing the “let’s stop being conservatives and just be nicer Republicans” mentality.
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Shock poll: California poll suggests a tough fight ahead for GOP Delegates
The Field poll is the long-standing poll of California. They’ve been in this business a long time, and they try to talk to a lot of voters (1200 RVs, yielding 558 LVs). Their poll of California shows some surprisingly great news for one candidate.
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Trump People Aren’t Afraid Convention Will Be Stolen, They’re Afraid It WON’T Be
Donald Trump and his surrogates and his spokespeople and his supporters and his fans and his, I don’t know … his dog, they are all, everyone aboard the Trump train, professing a fear or an outrage that the election is being “stolen” from Trump. This fear/outrage is based on two things: 1) Some people haven’t yet knelt before their god-king, which is very unacceptable to | Read More »
The Phrase “The Establishment” Has Lost All Meaning
In the beginning, “The Establishment” meant the members of the permanent, wealthy, donor class, who support only those who fit and promote their party-controlling agenda. Since almost the start of this election cycle, that term was used to describe (not always accurately) those like Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, and the like. Now? The term means nothing. Now? All it boils down to is being against | Read More »
Trump Says Mexico Will Pay Blankety-Blank Dollars For Border Wall … Wait, What?
This got missed somehow. Probably because of Wisconsin. Earlier this week, Trump made news with his (finally!) policy explanation on how he will build a border wall and make Mexico pay for it. The Washington Post ran an article here about the news. His argument starts thus: To explain how he would have the standing to pursue his aggressive strategy, Trump begins by citing a | Read More »
Trojan Horse, Huh? Scott Walker Destroys The Dumb Idea That He Only Endorsed Cruz to Stop Trump
Donald Trump, who previously claimed that nobody would ever work with Ted Cruz, lately complains that too many people are working with Ted Cruz. He also says Cruz is being used by the establishment for the sole purpose of stopping the Trump Train (a fitting nickname for something hurtling to such spectacular wreckage.) His supporters and surrogates love to float the names of those who | Read More »
Cruz: Get Ready Hillary Here We Come
In his terrific speech after his yuuuge Wisconsin primary victory over Donald Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz declared the win a “turning point” and a “rallying cry” and warned Hillary, “Get ready, here we come”:
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Trump’s Delegate target is slipping from his “smaller than large” fingers
Donald Trump was expected to do well in the Wisconsin primary. He’d had good polls for himself in the state, but he flushed away his lead. He couldn’t close the deal!
To keep from falling further behind his pace to 1,237 delegates, he needed 18 from the state. He got six, an amount slightly smaller than large. So is it practically possible for him to get a majority anymore?
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Team Trump: Ted Cruz CHEATED To Win Wisconsin
It all began with a statement that you will never convince me wasn’t written by Donald Trump himself. In it, the Trump campaign claims, with absolutely no evidence whatsoever, that Ted Cruz was coordinating with his Super PAC. If it were true, it would be highly illegal and extremely difficult to prove. From there, the cult behind Trump began the type of meltdown that can | Read More »
A BIG Night: Your Complete Guide To Tuesday’s Election Results and Delegate Totals
Tuesday was a big day, and a big win for Senator Ted Cruz, as Wisconsin held their important primary. 42 delegates were in the mix, as well as a potential deciding factor in how the primary season will shake out.
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Wisconsin Loser Donald Trump Issues Loser Statement On Losing
Here is the magic, you guys. Trump’s statement on his big loss in Wisconsin. Donald J. Trump withstood the onslaught of the establishment yet again. Lyin’ Ted Cruz had the Governor of Wisconsin, many conservative talk radio show hosts, and the entire party apparatus behind him. Not only was he propelled by the anti-Trump Super PAC’s spending countless millions of dollars on false advertising against | Read More »
BOOM: Ted Cruz Wins Wisconsin
Per expectations, Ted Cruz has won the Republican Primary in Wisconsin. NBC called it shortly after polls closed at 9pm. Fox News and Decision Desk HQ shortly after. BREAKING: Ted Cruz is the projected winner of the Wisconsin GOP primary. More: https://t.co/f2pQYE2RJx #Decision2016 pic.twitter.com/xDWqpSWYJX — NBC News (@NBCNews) April 6, 2016 You will hear spin that because it was expected, it’s not a big loss | Read More »
Early Results Are In and Cruz Is WAY, WAY, WAY Up Over Trump In Wisconsin
It’s only 2% reporting, but the race right now shows Kasich at 13.7%, Trump at 31.1%, and Cruz at a whopping 53.1%. Throughout this primary, the early results have been highly predictive. Combined with the exits, this is practically confirmation of an inevitability. Stay tuned to RedState for more breaking results as they happen.