Donald Trump Rally Sioux City Iowa – 7:00pm Live Stream…

Candidate Donald Trump holds his second campaign rally of the day tonight in Sioux City Iowa at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre 6:00pm Central, 7:00pm Eastern:

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214 Responses to Donald Trump Rally Sioux City Iowa – 7:00pm Live Stream…

  1. Regina says:

    This is pretty ironic, after Trump being questioned this morning about the sermon on humility –

    Ted Cruz goes to church, gets a sermon on attack ads
    http://www.wisn.com/politics/ted-cruz-goes-to-church-gets-a-sermon-on-attack-ads/37740828

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  2. sundaybu says:

    Thank you Sundance! You have worked so hard keeping us all informed and up to speed on anything and everything, I appreciate all you do!

    Liked by 14 people

  3. NCPatrick says:

    I wish he was going to stand up and do a real speech instead of a sit down chat again. I think he does better on his feet, and the sound is usually better for the live streaming.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      I kinda like the sit down chat for now at least he is not standing all the time especially with his rallies back to back to back.😊

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    • Katherine McCoun says:

      I do enjoy his “speeches” but the chats are amazing in that he can handle whatever comes at him! Obviously, they are in a friendly situation but just look at Beck/Cruz for an example of being in a friendly situation and still stumble/bumble around with the whole swearing in thing. Trump is also impressive that he takes questions that are not from plants and completely scripted and he sits down with journalists, frequently, and they throw everything at him. He handles it. He answers. Clinton does not do this. Few of the Rep. candidates do this. Impressive.

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      • PatriotKate says:

        I like both. However, I totally agree with this forum, particularly since he had Jerry Falwell and he did a superb job of telling more the story of Donald Trump as a good and kind man who also happens to be fabulously successful.

        Jerry Falwell also did a great job of hammering home many of Mr. Trump’s policies and potential approaches.

        It’s right before they caucus and this gave Mr. Trump a chance to show his serious side. The calm, thoughtful, and highly intelligent temperament – a side those who meet with him privately see and have commented about.

        Now that he’s got everyone paying attention to him using his showmanship, he can now show us what kind of President he would be.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      With his schedule he needs to sit down. Standing is a heck of a lot more stressful on the body than walking and we all want Mr Trump to stay in good shape.

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      • Jemima says:

        A man nearly 70 years old sustaining the intense schedule of the past five days as he has needs a break from the standing presentation. Faldwell is doing a great service to Trump and his campaign by helping out with a less physically demanding format.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      With his schedule Mr Trump needs to sit down. Standing is worse for the body than walking.

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    • R-C says:

      Importantly, I think the IOWANS appreciate that style. It’s their turn to have it their way. Until Tuesday. Then, we NH types get to have our way for a week. 🙂

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  4. oldschool64 says:

    Beautiful theater. Seats 2600+.

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  5. Dora says:

    The chairs are set up again. I wonder if Jerry Falwell will be with him. I won’t mind if he is. I enjoy their discussions.

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    • grainofsalt says:

      Likewise.😊

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    • facebkwallflower says:

      Personally, I think he needs to back away. It is time. Word is out he is for Trump. To have him stump, or have anyone stump, regular will polarize Trump prematurely. His endorsements need to be in and out and then separate from campaign trail and go do their own talking the guy up; on their own outside of an appendage to Trump.

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      • Martin says:

        Relax. It’s only in Iowa.

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      • KitKat says:

        The word is out he is for Trump …….because he endorsed Trump?

        The thing I Iike most about Trump is that he doesn’t measure people and calculate what they can do for him. He respects character and he stands by character and let’s the chips fall where they may.

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        • facebkwallflower says:

          Ugh! I probably did not do well on conveying what I wanted to say. (not unusual, huh?). Anyways, I just don’t think Falwell or anyone should become a regular on the circuit. Diamond and Silk are sort of regular but they are more part of the warm up and just a few moments; an addition not a part of. In the long run the endorsements that become regulars will actually hurt Trump. JMO

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          • Martin says:

            Fair enough.

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          • I see what you’re saying facebkwallflower, but Jerry Falwell, Jr. and Sarah Palin are trusted by Iowans and may be instrumental in clinching the votes of undecided voters. We probably won’t see them again until the rallies in SCAR.

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            • facebkwallflower says:

              Thank you for your response. Your insight makes sense to me. 🙂

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            • PatriotKate says:

              Jerry Falwell did what Mr. Trump needed done. He reinforced that they are choosing a President with the competence to turn us around and not a Pastor or Sunday School Teacher, both aimed at Ted Cruz. He’s giving fellow evangelicals permission to not base their decision on a religious purity test, but rather on competence, which is what Donald Trump has made this election about.

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          • MfM says:

            Several people have done warm ups or intros for Trump, in Las Vegas it’s been Wayne Rooot. I don’t see Falwell or Diamond and Silk or for that matter Palin being over used. Trump and his people have a good feel for this.

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      • LaVonne says:

        Let Trump Be Trump he knows what he is doing and we are glad he is. He has great instincts and is real and Falwell is real. We have not seen this kind of authentic candidate in a long time. He doesn’t need people to try to manage his campaign. Again Let Trump be Trump

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      • Jack Long says:

        Trump took out Vander Plaats with his tweets about Vander Plaats’s wanting $100,000 and free hotel rooms.

        So the day before the caucus Vander Plaats, rather than push his candidate, has to try to defend himself without being too pushy, because if he tries any fire and brimstone Trump with publish the documents.

        Also, by Trump going right after the big guy, the small fry caucus captains (I’m not sure what they are called) under Vander Plaats have something to think about if they try any shenanigans with the Trump people.

        So Vander Plaats is in CYA mode, and if he tries to talk up Cruz (if that’s his candidate) after the shame letter fiasco, he looks even worse.

        Trump, on the other hand, sits down and has a couple of congenial conversations with Jerry Falwell Jr., who he obviously has known for a long time, along with his family.

        Jerry Falwell, jr., in astonishing coincidence, often mentioned his father’s financial scrapes due to his father’s tendency to give money away. Adding, furthermore, that Trump was the only candidate he ever knew who gave money away, rather than trying to take it from you, a trait that was common with his father.

        As an added optic, the giant facsimile of a $100,00 check, given to a very down to earth looking woman, who could have been anyone’s mother, wife or sister, who trains dogs for wounded vets.

        It doesn’t get any better than this, it really doesn’t.

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        • Jack Long says:

          I forgot the best part.

          Trump brings Jerry Falwell Jr.’s family up on the stage. We find out one of the kids was married at Trump’s vineyard in VA.

          Trump says (paraphreasing), “I gave them a special rate, but they refused. They wanted to pay the going rate”. “Do you believe that, someone not looking for a cut rate?”

          Gotta’ love it.

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        • facebkwallflower says:

          You point out something I have not thought about before. Trump and Falwell have KNOWN each other a long. Friends not associates or acquaintances or have “heard” of each other. But FRIENDS. Not only, it appears, Trump HAS longtime friends, those friends are reputably nice, genuine people. Don’t see that much with other candidates. Most likely Huck and Santorum have a few also just not well known. I suspect there are more of the good guys surrounding Trump.

          Thanks for provoking thought.

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          • Jack Long says:

            Vander Plaats is like the ‘Falwell’ of Iowa, AFAIK.

            Trump countered him with Falwell. Trump painted up Vander Plaats as trying to peddle his influence, called him on it just before the caucus, then brought in Falwell as a ‘Trump’ card.

            Falwell is a genuine supporter of Trump, not bought. That was made obvious by the introduction of the families and the stories of shared events.

            That’s my take on it.

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  6. Regina says:

    Sam Clovis was just on msnbc with Erin Burnett – claim is that Don Jr. and Eric coming up

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  7. R-C says:

    So whaddya think? Last rally before the caucus–any chance of a ‘surprise, last-minute endorsement’?

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  8. TheTorch says:

    The Cruz campaign are eager to keep talking about their ground game and supplied the following information for an Article that the HILL has published:
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/267633-trump-builds-iowa-ground-game

    The Cruz campaign’s communications director, Rick Tyler, told The Hill that the campaign had named chair people to every one of Iowa’s 99 counties “quite a while back.” He added, “today, we have over 12,000 volunteers averaging 2,000 door-knocks a day, 20,000 calls per day.” The Cruz campaign has a designated precinct captain in “almost all” the 1681 precincts across the state, Tyler said. There is no other Republican campaign that can compete with those metrics.

    NOW this is extremely telling in my opinion:
    A spokeswoman for the Trump campaign declined to comment on its ground-game for this story.

    WHY?

    Because what the Cruz campaign are doing is exactly what the Romney Campaign did in the 2012 Presidential election. They kept talking about their unprecedented ground game and spewing out figures like the above, I remember it very well.

    The Romney Campaign LOST and badly in places where they were making these claims.

    So what can we deduce from this, it tells me the following:

    You don’t talk about your ground game. If it really is that great, because it just spurs on the opposition to try even harder. You keep quiet.
    Why tell your opposition how well you think you are doing even if you are exaggerating the figures? Again, it just spurs your opposition to try even harder.
    One of the Romney Campaign’s failings were that they were obsessed with stats and numbers, to the point where it was detrimental, i.e. it is about people, not numbers.
    The Voter Violation flyer’s to me are desperate and very telling. You don’t do this, if you are winning easily. You do this sort of risky stunt if you are behind.

    Based on this I am going to make a prediction (hope I am proved right). I believe the ground game of the Cruz Campaign is not as good as they are making out. I think the Trump ground game is going to be stunning in comparison. I also think this will result in a blow out, something a lot higher than a 5% win for the Trump campaign.

    I could be wrong, but I’ve seen this nonsense before, and it ended very badly for the Romney Campaign. If I was a Cruz supporter right now I would be very worried.

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    • WeThePeople2016 says:

      Yes, I remember Romney always talking up his ground game which didn’t amount to much in the general election. If you notice, this ground game spew coincides with other Websites such as Redstate and Townhall who are spewing the same information. These Websites are pro-Cruz, anti-Trump. I think they are worried.

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      • pyromancer76 says:

        Romney’s everything game was pathetic. I couldn’t believe he was running a campaign — maybe he was supposed to lose, you think? Thank God for Trump the brilliant warrior — for us.

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    • Regina says:

      They have metrics, but that’s all – and look what the metrics did for them this weekend. As you state, they’re playing the Romney game (i.e. the Karl Rove game)…wasn’t that a winner?

      Trump has instinct, and street smarts, and wisdom, and Leadership – and he has the heart of many many Americans. He’s going to blow these political has-beens out of the water.

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      • KitKat says:

        The 47 per cent metric hurt Romney a lot, in more ways than one.

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        • Southern Rebel says:

          He was absolutely right about the 47%, but should have keep his mouth shut about it, especially on the campaign trail.

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          • Katherine McCoun says:

            The people I know who were the maddest about the whole 47% thing and said that they would never vote for him were, wait for it…part of the 45%!!! Many of the loudest were on federal programs of some sort and not paying income tax, were taking more than they were contributing financially.
            Even though that was an awful gaffe what hurt him were the Republicans who did not vote for him. He lost me in the debate when he backed down re Benghazi. Nice is NOT what we need! I want someone who will fight and will go in with the eye of the tiger and mean to win it and not back down. And if he is clever about it, even better. I liked Christie when he Fought the teacher’s unions. Walker got support and attention from around the nation but Fighting the teacher’s unions and public unions. Fight and win! Stand up for beliefs and not play nice to get along and then hand the Dems what they want instead of standing up for the people who voted for you!!! Anyway, that is when Romney completely lost me. Not a gentlemen’s discussion with a brother-in-law or a boss or a client with whom you must maintain an amicable relationship. These are debates and you have to go in for the win and not back down!
            My husband thought he married a civilized person but the redneck comes out when the America my people helped build and wanted to live up to is being subverted right before our very eyes! Whew! finished with my tangent but that is what I think of when I think Romney and the 47% remark! He wan’t a fighter! (which is why, no matter how great I think Carson is, he can not be the candidate of choice to go against Hillary or whoever isn’t in jail come next November that the Republican is running against!)

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    • kingjulianx says:

      You are right on you analysis. Better than fox news
      They will try some last minute drama to take down Trump, but it won’t work. He will win.

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    • Yesterday I saw a Cruz spot one on one with some CNN guy. When she was done talking things up she had this very sick look on her face. I saw guilt… dunno but I do know Iowans don’t like out of state campaign volunteers.

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      • TimeIsNow says:

        Yes, Cruz has over 5000, young, ot of state volunteers.

        Trump’s people are experienced, over 40 Iowa people. End of story!!

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Cruz’s ground game got stuck in the mud…🚍

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    • two different ground game! Trump Game is unknown! even to the media!

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    • Zzschnops says:

      Trump 72 curds 12 Rubio 6

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    • Regina says:

      I think if I lived in Iowa, I would vote for whoever had pestered me the least in the last month

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    • I absolutely hate those robocalls and “door knocks”. The people of Iowa must be exhausted by now from the bombardment.

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    • Cruz campaign is worried. They are now resorting to out-and-out lies AND terrorizing Iowan voters with flyers that look like official letters.

      Tomorrow comes time for Cruz’ 10th woe: losing Iowa

      The Ted Cruz woes:

      1) Canadian Born Citizen exposed
      2) New York Values gaffe
      3) Goldman Sachs
      4) No Palin endorsement
      5) No Jerry Falwell endorsement
      6) Iowa Governor admonishment not to vote for Cruz
      7) Glen Beck fiasco, mock inauguration & snake-handling carnie fest in Iowa
      8) Secretary of State nails the coffin with Cruz shaming letters
      9) Glenn Beck back in Iowa knocking on doors with Cruz (more terrorism)
      10) TRUMP WINS IOWA!

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    • No worries. When we make a prediction it is not really a prediction if we say “I could be wrong.” That’s a given when making a prediction, there’s always the possibility we could be wrong.

      I PREDICT THAT YOUR PREDICTIONS ARE RIGHT! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

      Cruz doesn’t love Iowa. He’s all about the calculating based on past elections. Trump LOVES Iowa and Iowans as people. Yes he wants to win, but he loves them FIRST.
      Cruz will only love them IF he wins.

      But Cruz will NOT win Iowa.

      He will get to keep his “F” grade voter letters to remind him why he lost every time he sees them!!!!!!!!!!

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    • mariner says:

      The First Rule of Ground Game is….

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  9. Falwell just said what I have been saying! Render unto Caesar…choosing a leader for our country not my Sunday school teacher or small group leader!

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  10. Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

    I like these little Jerry Falwell, Donald Trump discussions they do.

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  11. BobbiD says:

    Ventured off my tree branch today to go visit some sites….I’m so glad to be back on my tree branch for the night….thank you Sundance for all you do….GO.TRUMP.GO!!!

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  12. TheTorch says:

    Just when you think Cruz can’t do anything else to irritate the heck out of you, he does:

    AWAKEN THE BODY OF CHRIST!
    Cruz has made courting Iowa’s evangelical Christians a cornerstone of his campaign and he has long tapped the Bible in his stump speech. At a stop Saturday at Darrell’s Place in Hamlin, Iowa, Cruz urged his supporters to “awaken the body of Christ that we may pull back from the abyss.”

    Good grief, this guy is absolutely shameless. As I have stated before I am very Conservative and religious, but I find this kind of pandering offensive.

    From the bible:
    Matthew 7:15-20 – Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

    Cruz seriously creeps me out.

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  13. marierogers says:

    we need some sanity in America..open air pee stations? here in America, not in some far away poor country!
    we need to be rescued..batman, the lone ranger, flash gordon…tony soprano..DJTRUMP.HELP!!!

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  14. Martin says:

    Man…. it’s going to feel like the longest 24 hours we can image.

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    • Here’s a sneak peak at the bing predictions that Patrick posted the link above:

      Iowa (Feb. 1)
      DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS
      Hillary Clinton 50.1% Donald Trump 39.8%
      Bernie Sanders 46.8% Ted Cruz 30.5%
      Martin O’Malley 3.1% Marco Rubio 12.9%

      New Hampshire (Feb. 9)
      DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS
      Bernie Sanders 58.4% Donald Trump 40.2%
      Hillary Clinton 40.5% Ted Cruz 13.1%
      Martin O’Malley 1.1% Marco Rubio 12.6%
      John Kasich 11.9%

      South Carolina (Feb. 20, 27)
      DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS
      Hillary Clinton 63.5% Donald Trump 44.3%
      Bernie Sanders 36.4% Ted Cruz 22.6%
      Martin O’Malley 0.1% Marco Rubio 14.7%
      Nevada (Feb. 20, 23)

      Nevada
      DEMOCRATS REPUBLICANS
      Hillary Clinton 91.2% Donald Trump 39.6%
      Bernie Sanders 8.7% Ted Cruz 20.8%
      Martin O’Malley 0.1% Ben Carson 18.4%
      Marco Rubio 12.4%

      http://www.pcworld.com/article/3026461/data-center-cloud/microsofts-bing-just-called-the-first-four-primaries-for-donald-trump-hillary-clinton.html

      On Drudge right now 8:00 est

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      • Trent Telenko says:

        I don’t think either Hillary or Cruz will do as well as Bing predicted in Iowa.

        The state is too White, and that is where populist energy is this election cycle.

        This is when we learn how big the Bradley Effect is with Whites on the Left and Right. We already know about Trump.

        We are going to find out how many White women really dislike Hillary.

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  15. Southern Rebel says:

    One thing has me concerned about Iowa. Just a few minutes ago at the Iowa Rally, Trump said there was a big snowstorm coming to Iowa that is supposed to happen on Tuesday. I’m praying this storm doesn’t arrive before then.

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    • But you gotta know that Trump has thought about weather. He hasn’t come this far not to have a plan in place if the weather is terrible.

      Trump is smart like that. He thinks ahead and leaves very little to chance.

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    • Martin says:

      It’s forecast to hold off until after midnight tomorrow night.

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    • More important than the snow is the Trumpnado that is blowing through Iowa about 7:00pm tomorrow night. 🙂

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    • Saw the weather report for Iowa on Drudge. The snow will hit later tomorrow night and will mostly affect the Democrat caucuses. The Republican caucuses will be over. But who can really predict the weather?

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    • Honest Abbey says:

      I live in Minnesota, and trust me, blizzards in the upper Midwest are “A Way of Life” for us. We barbeque outdoors all year round. A snow storm is not going to stop anyone from going to caucus. If anything, inclement weather will make this event more memorable.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        Not like down South where we shut down for an inch of snow! My sister was living in MN while we were in TN – very different snow tolerance! haha

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        • Gail Combs says:

          That is why I have chains for my pickup. North Carolina snow/Ice storms are much worse than a NH blizzard because no one is prepared.

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      • inspiredbytrump says:

        So true. An intense snow storm is nothing more than a challenge. Family own tractors with snow blades will clear the gravel roads so that the kids can get to school. Trust me weather will not keep us getting to caucus! Trump 2016

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    • I was just wanting to write a comment on here for prayer warriors to pray for good weather and safe weather for tomorrow’s caucus. Thank you. I join you in prayer on this.

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    • Benson II says:

      Just saw the latest on storm. It’s supposed to come in Monday night around 10.00pm The caucuses open at 7:00 so this should be no problem for Republican caucuses which they described as sign in and vote or register as Republican then sign in and vote then out the door.The Democrat caucuses could go longer because of how they split into groups for discussion before voting (or words to that effect) which could make them last hours longer, I’m assuming they won’t let that happen and will hurry it up. Looks like people will need to be at the caucuses lined up waiting for them to open to hurry it along and get back home to hunker down.

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  16. Mikebrezzze says:

    The poles are a bunch of inaccurate bs taken for and by political pundit morons. Simply put , walkover-landslide-mandate

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  17. Regina says:

    As much as I like the noisy rallies, this is a perfect way to wrap things up – 100% substance, no protests, everyone attentive and Listening to what he has to say. It seems that Falwell is serving the purpose of finally presenting a Fair interview –

    But I sure hope tomorrow they get rockin’ again 🙂

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  18. Bull Durham says:

    Trump wins first four primaries. Microsoft Bing very accurate predictor of elections. Article written 1-26-16, so that was before he had the lead for certain.

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/3026461/data-center-cloud/microsofts-bing-just-called-the-first-four-primaries-for-donald-trump-hillary-clinton.html

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    • Regina says:

      I don’t want to argue with their results, but it’s ironic that the company that will be Reporting the results is Predicting the results 🙂

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    • Indeed it is. Its one of the ways I knew, despite that fact I hated the idea, Obama was going to win.

      I am not sure exactly what metrics it uses, but Bing does tend to get it right.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        They use cheating not metrics. They are making sure the public will accept the cheating. Congress, Government and Obummer’s approval rating has been rotten for years according to Rasmussen so if the polls do not show the pre-chosen as winning you will have the sheeple wake up.

        This is why Obummer had True-the-Vote Founder Catherine Engelbrecht targeted by the IRS and other agencies.

        How Wide Spread is Voter Fraud?

        I had to go to the wayback machine to find that article. Again a sign that the Elite don’t want us to find out about how much they are cheating.

        “Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.” — Joseph Stalin

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  19. Honest Abbey says:

    I live in Minnesota just 45 miles north of the Iowa border ….. So close, yet so far away! I can’t take this – it’s killing me!!
    Tomorrow can’t come fast enough!!

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  20. dizzymissl says:

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    • Regina says:

      sorry – he’s still running until tomorrow afternoon
      Monday, February 01, 2016 –
      Waterloo, IA
      Ramada Waterloo Hotel and Convention Center
      11:00 AM

      Monday, February 01, 2016 –
      Cedar Rapids, IA
      Doubletree Hilton
      1:30 PM

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      • Dale says:

        Plus Trump said that he is going to as many caucuses as he can AND Sarah is suppose to be with him tomorrow as I understand it.

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        • flova says:

          Sarah

          Love ya but no long speeches!

          Say a few words about President Trump bringing jobs back to our country and building a beautiful Wall–that’s it. Less is more.

          Hope you’re reading this.

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  21. Dora says:

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  22. KitKat says:

    If the consultant class ground game rules are stomped by the Trump campaign, it would be a significant symbol that the old way of doing things is over.

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  23. Regina says:

    I’m still trying to figure out how Bernie can run as a Democrat when he belongs to the Independent party? I realize he goes with the Dems when voting, etc. but it almost seems like they brought him in just so they would have someone to compete with Hillary…have to get all those sponsor $$$ for debates and all –

    He sure sounds like he thinks they’re going to let him go the mile (poor soul) – even if they Do, heaven help him once Trump goes after him.

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  24. About what time will we know the result of the caucus?

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  25. Regina says:

    Check out how amped these kids are =)

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    • Great interview EXCEPT Erin Burnett just “had to” repeat that foul mantra from that church over the air. There was no purpose other than to repeat a horrible thing someone said about Trump.

      A lot of churches and pastors are wolves in sheep’s clothing is what I got out of it!

      Go Trump!

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  26. Regina says:

    Not an entirely flattering article (it’s the NewYorker, after all – promotes the usual racist baloney, etc.) but I enjoyed this opening paragraph…something I’d been wondering about:

    Donald Trump has a rule at his rallies: for the fifty minutes before he takes the stage, the only music that can be played is from a set list that he put together. The list shows a sensitive side, mixing in Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” and music from “Cats” and “The Phantom of the Opera.” But it’s heavy on the Rolling Stones—“Sympathy for the Devil,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and the famously impolitic “Brown Sugar.” The young volunteer in charge of music for one rally sent me the full Trump-curated playlist and asked for requests. “Remember,” he said, “the more inappropriate for a political event, the better.”

    http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2016/02/01/the-duel-faceoff-ryan-lizza

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  27. kingjulianx says:

    Trump lead is more than 5 points just saying(fact) but prepare for drama they will do anything to take him down anything like a disgruntled ex employee with false claims. This is when we need to fight for our next president Donald Trump. God bless

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  28. Sanj says:

    Knowing that Trump has several paths to victory which dont include Iowa makes me sleep better. However, I have this funny feeling that while Tundra has all his analytics, and the media are speculating about Trumps ground game, Trump is sandbagging everyone. I wouldnt be shocked if the turnout was north of 180k and Trump wins by 9 pts. Trumps acceptance spee h would start with, keep twlling e eryone I’ve always been underestimated. …

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    • Martin says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me if turnout doubles that of the last caucus back in 2012.

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    • dakotacav says:

      I believe that the polling firms and their clients have conspired to minimize the reality of Trump’s success in Iowa and in the other early primary states. I predict that he wins Iowa by 15 points

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      • At a rally a while ago, I recall that one of Trump’s Iowa caucus coordinators was very angry about a report that only 12 people showed up when in reality it was 1200. Trump came up and genly shushed him – not sure what that was about, but in keeping with the “never let your enemy know what you are doing” meme, I think I understand.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      The problem is the Elite control the counting link and he who controls the counting controls the vote.

      This is why dictators make voting mandatory. If the voting is bogus because the counters are cheating big time, then NOT voting is the only way to show how meager the support actually is. This is why I expect to see mandatory voting laws in the USA at some point.

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  29. Regina says:

    NYT takes the first Monday morning swing – surprised the jabberheads didn’t pick this up today

    Donald Trump Field Organizer Accuses Campaign of Sex Discrimination
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/01/us/politics/trump-field-organizer-accuses-campaign-of-sex-discrimination.html

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  30. Martin says:

    It’s pathetic how Breitbart is completely in the tank for Cruz again.

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  31. R. T. says:

    SHARE THIS FAR AND WIDE — YOU WILL NOT BELIEVE THIS:

    Cruz tries to hug young daughter and gets pushed away:

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  32. kinthenorthwest says:

    We Must Take America Back
    Trump 2016

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  33. So I was watching the news earlier today. My husband turned it to Fox (wasn’t happy about that) and MK was on with Chris Stierwalt & Howard Kurtz (I think it was Howard) Anywho, Chris went to church today and after church he asked the pastor who he was voting for. TRUMP! He couldn’t believe it. The pastor explained that he and his congregation were ticked off at republicans for going along with Bama. MK couldn’t hide her shock. It was beautiful!

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Isn’t it beautiful when reality smacks an Elitist bubble head with the real facts?

      Watching Saudi’s Fox Hyena News finding out their brain washing is no longer working is beautiful!

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  34. Gail Combs says:

    This does not sound gooc! Gates is a dyed in the wool Globalist and I wouldn’t trust the DemiRats or the Rebooblicans to shovel out a horse stall. I would be afraid they would steal the horse poop!

    “The Iowa count falls to Microsoft: New app will tally caucus results to avoid a repeat of 2012 when Mitt Romney was declared the winner over Rick Santorum by mistake

    Microsoft is providing the app free of charge during the caucus on Monday
    The company hopes to cut down on human error and speed up the reporting process once results are in

    *In 2012, the Iowa Republican Party announced Mitt Romney was the caucus winner for weeks instead of the real winner Rick Santorum

    Democratic and Republican parties have expresses confidence in the app
    But campaigns for candidates Sen Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have created backup reporting systems
    Both parties announced in June that Microsoft would be creating caucus apps – one for the Republican party and one for the Democratic party
    Apps will help about 1,700 precincts report results to party headquarters”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3425992/Microsoft-app-tally-Iowa-caucus-results-avoid-repeat-four-years-ago-Mitt-Romney-declared-winner-mistake.html

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  35. kay says:

    I thought that some would try to use these winter warnings as a way to deter voters from going out this evening. You know, claiming the storm is coming earlier than expected or whatever they can think of to try to cut down on the turnout. I’ve been trying to share this process with my grandchildren and soon I realized that the Trump campaign is something to be very proud of. The others were full of so many lies. Trump may be harsh at times but I love that he’s not a big sneaky liar. Isn’t that fabulous. Can you imagine having a president that talks to us like we’re his friends? I think he’s a straight shooter.

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  36. Gail Combs says:

    FINAL COUNT – DRUDGE REPORT
    1,434,352 Total Votes

    TRUMP 866,248 votes 60%

    CRUZ 273,478 votes 19%
    RUBIO 113,811 votes 8%
    PAUL 76,982 votes 5%
    CARSON 21,613 votes 2%
    KASICH 22,719 votes 2%

    BUSH 16,064 votes 1%

    CHRISTIE and FIORINA, 1%
    HUCKABEE and SANTORUM less than 1%

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