Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Poll: Cruz leaves Trump in the dust in Wisconsin - POLITICO

    His unwillingness or inability to steer clear of petty controversy may be hurting Donald Trump who according to a respected Marquette University poll is trailing Ted Cruz by ten points in the Badger State.

    A double digit Cruz win could result in him winning most or all the Wisconsin delegates and would be an affirmation the frantic Stop Trump movement is taking hold.

Poll: Cruz leaves Trump in the dust in Wisconsin - POLITICO

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Or it could be an affirmation of what many of have believed all along. The belief that trump is not Presidential material.

Anonymous said...

OMG It is becoming embarrassing that this idiot that calls himself an anti establishment GOPer is now in free fall.

The speed that people are dumping him is breathtaking, it is not surprising that Cruz is leaving him in the dust.

But wait, he is not being treated fairly, he will be suing the party, he will be suing the woman his campaign mgr. roughed up.

I heard last night that Roger Stone his consultant from way back in 2000 when he was considering running for President, was dumped by Trump and then called him the usual names of LOSER. STONE WAS THE BRAIN BEHIND PLANTING THE FALSE STORY IN THE NATIONAL ENQUIRER.

Think by now since Trump won't be paying the Loser again for his advice better hire a lawyer himself to fight for loss of income from Trumper.

But the best response yet was last evening when a woman in the audience asked Trump "When was the last time you apologized to anyone?"

Trump's response, "When I was young. I had a foul mouth and I apologized to my mother"

The man is in his 70's and he has not apologized to anyone even to his wives for screwing around on them and calling women a great piece of a##.

What a dirtbag

Anonymous said...

See ya Orange Top, it's been quite a ride.

Anonymous said...

Yes, his juvenile behavior is hurting but more telling, at least in my view, is his inability to close the gap in the national polls when paired against Hillary. Furthermore, there's the fear he'll take down the Senate and perhaps even the house. Unless Mr. Trump can show some progress in closing the gap in the national polls by convention time, Republicans must look at alternatives. It's puzzling that someone such as Mr. Trump, who constantly boasts about the polls can be so oblivious about the polls that really count.

Anonymous said...

Junknews, please, please get some help with simple grammar and spelling. Too many mistakes. Doesn't look good. Really.

Anonymous said...

Only trouble is, Jeff, the RINO's hate Cruz as much or more than they hate Trump. They have a real problem on their hands. Their man, the Jebster is gone, and the only man they have left is Kasich. RINO he may be, but still a poor substitute for ole Jebby. The Mutt is so excited at the prospect that the Brass may turn to him in their desperation he can barely hold his water. The Party Brass has ignored the grass roots of the party and screwed them over for so many years that they may not be able to avoid the destruction of the Party no matter what the they do at this point, and this is one lifetime republican who won't shed a tear at their demise. The Party hated Reagan with a passion and has spent the last 30 years destroying any hint of Reaganism within the Party and are now reaping the fruits of their labor. May they all rot in some place toasty and warm.