Thursday, July 14, 2016

Trump's earliest supporters in NY see their political stock rise as RNC nears | syracuse.com

    While Donald Trump swept the NY primary, many people of political prominence in the GOP held off or in some cases are still holding off on supporting the nominee. Those who got on the train are getting key assignments in Cleveland.
     Mr. Trump will be the first native New Yorker to be elected President since FDR.
Trump's earliest supporters in NY see their political stock rise as RNC nears | syracuse.com#incart_river_home#incart_river_home

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

He will be the first president to get elected that YOU voted for.

Middle-Class Mike said...

"Mr. Trump will be the first native New Yorker to be elected President since FDR." Jeff Graham

I just had to say how much I like the sound of that Jeff! Let's elect a leader that can fight Terrorism in what the Factor's Bill O'Reilly termed WW III tonight on his show! MCM

Anonymous said...

Stefanik and her lack of conservatism and wholehearted support of Trump came up on WGDJ this morning. Response was highly negative of Stefanik. A real conservative can beat her, if only one would run.

Anonymous said...

9:06- you're suggesting a conservative should run against an incumbent republican? Regardless of whatever response you heard, that campaign would be a totally pointless effort. Conservatives are increasingly outnumbered as the district continues to meld toward the center. There will always be the outspoken extremes but the majority of the voters sit near the middle. Then throw in the uphill battle that any candidate has running against an incumbent and your conservative candidate doesn't stand a chance. Sorry to burst your bubble. But just look at the history of elections and the composition of this district and it's impossible to disagree.

Anonymous said...

11:48

I admit to being surprised by the left leaning beliefs in the far west of NY21, but the east is still strongly conservative and not showing any signs of changing.