In an NBC/Wall Street Journal poll conducted January 9th through 13th (full pdf below) you find the origin to this article: “Donald Trump is one of the most important political figures of our time” – NBC Chair Bob Greenblatt
What we are witnessing is the moment when what the opposition wants, runs into the reality of what is going to happen. Candidate Donald Trump is going to win the GOP nomination, and with it – The White House.
All of Trump’s political opponents, ideological opponents, and transparently visible media opponents are, at various points in the next several weeks, going to have to admit the obvious – We, and he, have beaten them.
When you’ve followed the modern legacy media constructs, and the political maneuvering of the K-Street recipients intensely, you begin to be able to predict their next moves. They are all now in full hedge-bet mode.
President Donald J. Trump could very well be the destructive force, with Sampson-like capabilities, who tears down their entire Potemkin village and leaves them completely naked to their enemies, us.
That is the current reality the internal adversaries of America are facing.
So how do the “gaslighters” react, when ‘all-of-a-sudden’ they become aware their victims have caught on to the ploy?
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Donald Trump has more than doubled his national lead in the Republican presidential race ahead of Thursday night’s GOP debate here, according to the results from a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Trump is the first choice of 33 percent of national Republican primary voters – his highest percentage in the poll. He’s followed by Ted Cruz at 20 percent, Marco Rubio at 13 percent and Ben Carson at 12 percent. Chris Christie and Jeb Bush are tied at five percent. No other Republican presidential candidate gets more than 3 percent.
Trump’s 13-point lead over Cruz is an increase from last month, when he held a five-point advantage over the Texas senator, 27 percent to 22 percent.
[…] Maybe the most striking finding in this NBC/WSJ poll is the growing GOP acceptance of Trump. Back in March, only 23 percent of Republican primary voters said they could see themselves supporting the real-estate mogul. Now that number stands at 65 percent. (read more)
Here’s the full poll data:
President Donald Trump. Deal With It.
And let the internal foes to America be aware…
….he has a very good memory !!