Bloomberg Analytics Research Shows Donald Trump Positioned To Win Every State in Super Tuesday…

Another statistical affirmation comes from Bloomberg Analysts (full pdf below) who conducted polling of the “Super Tuesday” states and found Donald Trump leading in every contest, every demographic, and every metric in the multiple races.

Donald Trump isn’t just winning, he’s way ahead of Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz – AND even more substantially Trump beats each of them as individuals in head-to-head matchups. It’s not even close – heck, he’s even more supported than Pope Francis:

(Via Bloomberg) […]  An online Bloomberg Politics poll shows the billionaire is backed by 37 percent of likely Republican presidential primary voters in the seven states surveyed, while Senators Marco Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas are tied at 20 percent.

Trump beats both Rubio and Cruz in hypothetical, one-on-one matchups in the region, weakening the argument that the front-runner’s march toward the nomination would be slowed if it were only a two-man race.

The real estate mogul and former reality television star is also more popular in the region than Pope Francis and he gets more support than the pontiff when it comes to their differing views on the Christianity of building walls, including among a majority of Catholics, after poll respondents were read the two men’s words.

The findings demonstrate the broad-based nature of Trump’s support and how primary voters — even conservatives and evangelicals who might find issues with his personal history — have accepted him, making it harder for his rivals to take him down.

The front-runner is stronger than both Cruz and Rubio on questions about authenticity, protecting against terrorism, ability to win a general election and having a positive vision for the future, while he’s weaker on questions about being a committed Christian and solid conservative.

“These voters rate Trump as the least conservative and the least committed Christian of the three top candidates, and yet he still leads,” said pollster Doug Usher, who led the survey. “He’s turning everything we thought we knew about Republican primary voters on its head.”  (read more)

Here’s the data:

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426 Responses to Bloomberg Analytics Research Shows Donald Trump Positioned To Win Every State in Super Tuesday…

  1. mike tramel says:

    DiamondandSilk killing liberal Carol Costello on cnn priceless somebody with the know how needs to post it.

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  2. Bull Durham says:

    Regarding Tax Audits.

    One reason people with large number of transactions that generate their income and deductions get audited is not just their financials. It is often, the IRS sees a connection to other people or enterprises that you are connected to, and they then audit you to look at what connects to the other person or entity.

    Also, being audited every year is common if you are in certain industries or regions of the country.
    My father was audited every year when he was a very active stock buyer and seller and also was a Registered Representative, commonly called stock broker. He used to overpay his quarterly payments to be certain he had no tax due penalty at the end of the year. His CPA told him it was wasteful, but he wanted no grief with IRS.

    The IRS is a menace. Out of 5 people last night on the stage, 2 men (Trump and Carson) were being audited. What are the odds of that? Think about what that indicates. The two true challengers left were being audited. The others are Establishment tools.

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    • When you give power to bureaucrats, they use the power as they please.

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    • Taco says:

      To be fair, if the IRS audited Marco Rubio it would be more of an indication of incompetent bureaucracy than of any conspiracy. His personal net worth is so low, auditing him would be a waste of time and money.

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      • Suzy Kiprien says:

        It would be a short audit unlike Trump which takes many months to carry out.
        As to Cruz, forget the audit – too damaging.

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      • pageoturner says:

        Actually, Rubio has had a LOT of dubious financial transactions over the years that have been flagged by reporters reviewing transactions Rubio charged to state and party accounts when a Florida rep. He had to repay $10,000 family reunion expense as well as credit card expenses to remodel his home that he billed to political accounts he controlled.

        Multiple “errors” like this should have flagged the IRS but never did.

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        • Charlie says:

          Don’t forget Rubio’s brother in law is a real life “Scarface”. Arrested for major cocaine trafficking back in the day, when he was released from prison Rubio pulled strings in the local Florida government to help him out. His brother in law had amassed an estimated fortune of 20+ million dollars of cash that the feds never were able to find.

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        • John Galt says:

          “He had to repay $10,000 family reunion expense as well as credit card expenses to remodel his home that he billed to political accounts he controlled.”

          Theft income must be reported in the tax period it was stolen, even if repaid later.

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    • WSB says:

      You are spot on. We would probably see such an increase of business if the IRS were closed up. No reason taxes could not just go directly to to Treasury. Simplify and incentivize.

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    • Kevin H says:

      Taxes blah blah. Yawn. Nobody cares.

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  3. Jane Harris says:

    http://www.investorvillage.com/smbd.asp?mb=296&mn=17577&pt=msg&mid=15791036

    by Peggy Noonan……..forgive me if this has already been posted.

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  4. mike tramel says:

    CNN showing Marco’s full speech at his rally attacking Trump it’s a all out assult.Rise up people.

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  5. lmg says:

    Something I noticed about the debate last night: This woman would scream in a high-pitched voice anytime Rubio would say something and Trump tried to answer, as if to drown out Trump or get under his skin. She should have been told to shut up, but she was allowed to do this all night. Very suspicious.

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      That screecher was Rubio’s boyfriend.

      Snark snark

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    • Bull Durham says:

      It was scripted, staged, rehearsed and produced.

      Wise up. The game is rigged.

      Go listen to George Carlin videos. The Truth has been out there for decades.

      Nothing is new.

      The satanic worms destroying America have been at it for longer than we have been adults. They create wars, famines, diseases, debt, chaos.

      Coincidence is pablum fed to the dull-witted.

      You saw a staged, rehearsed, scripted show pretending to be spontaneous.

      The only thing real was Trumps reactions and Carson.

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      • Howie says:

        I just want this GOP crap over so we can get after Hillary the Beech. It will be a lot more fun. If these stupid RINOS and psuedo conservatives will just get over it.

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    • lineabirgit says:

      mathews on msnbc says she was part of the rubio PR machine. that these people were hired and coached to scream and cheer for rubio as part of the overall debate tragedy.

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  6. kallibella says:

    This article is great. I think that last night’s debate didn’t move the needle up for the two boys flanking the businessman.

    One question: What does Trump need to clarify about repealing and replacing obamacare?

    They keep bringing up the issue of the mandate and Trump keeps answering the he as president won’t let people die on the streets for lack of access to care/lack of medical care.

    I did however extremely enjoy when he was asked by Dana to add anything to his plans/ideas of what he would replace Ocare with, and he replied that there was nothing else to add!!!

    Simplicity. That’s what we love.

    Because in listening to the others, one gets the impression that they think that if their plans are as involved/complicated as Ocare that those things make their plans better than Trump’s. But they illustrate the affinity the two boys flanking the businessman have for government. I hear Trump saying get the government out and let the market be! Competition.

    Does he mean to take care of the poor among us by really making sure they get the care/access Medicaid is supposed to provide, as he has been explaining the ways he would help our veteran heroes?

    I remember him saying that even there (at the VA) competition is the answer because our heroes wouldn’t be bound to a system that is failing them and that his plan would allow them to shop for the best care they can get in a timely manner.

    I think I hear him saying that in those instances when the government agency is under-performing that his plan would reallocate the failing agency’s funds to private sector providers who effectively and affordably render the needed service.

    Is this what you understand him saying?

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      BRAVO!!!!!!!!!

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      • kallibella says:

        We on the same page, notamember???!!!!
        Was he clear? and in his clarity the two flankers were lost in his common sense simplicity. A simplicity that is real world tested and that yields results.

        Rubio and Cruz have no idea about the market. And I’m sure they don’t know what a “dynamic economy” means! They are government types living in government world, speaking government language. No real world knowledge.

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Trump’s people get it. They are not the stupid people. He always says how smart we are. We got what he was saying from the getgo.

      The stupid are stupid are stupid, ad infinitum.

      The debate format and lack of moderation does not allow him to explain, and the debates are the wrong place for anyone to talk policy. So its all a red herring.

      Who sounds intelligent at a debate?

      When the Ladies voter Group used to host the debates they were stupid.

      They are bad format.

      Town halls are a joke. They are set up to not work. Rigged questions, pretend casual setting. When they are done right, they work. But most are rigged.

      The game is big money goes into TV ads. Everyone gets a piece of the big money. That’s why all the other free TV is jerryrigged to fail to communicate.

      What Donald does on earned media is what is effective. He gets it for free and even if they come at him he can handle it with little downside. It’s one on one.

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    • lmg says:

      Trump has outlined a number of proposals regarding health care on his web site. But any realistic framework has to be the outcome of negotiation with all parties represented. They are asking Trump to dictate a single plan in detail, and that isn’t how it’s going to happen. Obamacare, in contrast, WAS dictated from above, and written in detail by a progressive group and delivered to the White House. We know what a disaster it has been. The government types want a dictated plan that they can pick apart, while what Trump has in mind is a negotiated outcome that cannot be determined at this time.

      He is also saying that competition among the insurance companies will result in a wide variety of plans that people can choose from. We don’t need a one-size-fits-all solution dictated by government.

      Regarding “not letting people die in the streets”, there are a number of possible ways to handle this. Extending Medicaid is one idea. Reimbursing hospitals for treating patients who can’t pay is another. Very cheap catastrophic insurance is another. But every idea can potentially be abused. None of the people on that stage is competent to produce a fool-proof framework, even Trump, but Trump is a proven negotiator who can bring the right people together to create a satisfactory framework. We know the government types will just give us more of the same old same old.

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      • Gail Combs says:

        Trump is a leader. That means he sees the big picture. He is not going to dictate the details. He will leave that to the experts.

        I notice that in his books. He is wide scope which at first bothered me until I remembered the best boss I ever had saying, “I don’t need to know how to run a spectrophotometer all I need to know is how to find the best person to do the job.”

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        • lmg says:

          Yes. That is the point that so many don’t get. The leader sets the broad direction and defines limits and parameters. He doesn’t define every detail. That’s for the experts.

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        • NCPatrick says:

          True, and many doctors and lawyers have told me that they are advised when they get out of med or law school, they certainly won’t know all there is to know about their complex field. What they will know is which book to find the answer in.

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        • Yes, exactly. There is a Vanity Fair article where the author was saying how Trump didn’t get into the details, eg a decorator was doing drapes for him and he just said what he wanted and expected her to meet his requirements. The author inferred that it was a bad thing that Trump didn’t want to get into the decision making process on such a small issue. The author apparently doesn’t understand the concept of delegating.

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      • TheLastDemocrat says:

        We may not necessarily need insurance sales across state lines. And, healthcare is one of the reserved powers.

        What makes one or a few health insurance companies dominant in a state is the employer-sponsored, pre-tax health insurance premium deal. The company or companies that close the deal with a few of each state’s large employers, including state government, end up with a terribly biasing advantage over any other competition.

        Large employers have the ability to get the employees with the best health profiles – how? A large employer can support a big HR staff, and they can weather unfilled positions better.

        The insurance companies cater to larger employers and could care less about small employers or the little guy – so that end of the market is lousy.

        A solution I think has been said by both Rubio and Cruz, and be careful not to ignore this idea just because those two have endorsed the idea:

        Each of us needs to shop for and buy our own plan; no more employer-sponsored health insurance.

        Then, each company has to market directly to us. And, we shop per our own desires, not as part of a compensation package one-size-fits most.

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        • We do need to be able to purchase insurance across state lines. That opens up the market for competition. This will allow people to purchase their own insurance that will be portable and not tied to an employer.

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      Kallibella, Unfortunately, a lot of people are not trained by life to see the obvious. Obamacare and mandate are synonymous terms. If obamacare is repealed, the health care mandate automatically vanishes. It’s so simple it hurts to see how some people cannot see whats in front of their noses

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    • mark4trump says:

      Trump is looking past the 2 chihuahuas to the General Election — He doesn’t want to get painted as an uncaring Republican by the Democrats. He is brilliant. He will defund Planned Parenthood for doing abortions — but he recognizes that Planned Parenthood has done some good things for cancer screening (Taking the lumps out — and again looking to the General Election — he wants to be seen as pro-women, not a mean Republican)

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      • kallibella says:

        Dana Perino on FNC last night said Trump’s move on PP is brilliant and something to be paid attention to by the RNC/GOP because in her opinion, the often recited opposition to PP taken by the typical DC conservatives and Cruz types is not attracting voters from outside the tent. She thinks Trump is beyond the primaries and is seeing into the generals. So ahead versus the two boys.

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  7. In retrospect, I’m disappointed by last night. I feel disappointed Trump couldn’t come up with a better way to silence the yapping Rubio. Why couldn’t he mention Gang of 8? “Here’s the ugly truth, Marco. I’ve been in politics for six months. But it’s your career. What can you show for it? You won an important office based on the solemn promise to oppose amnesty and betrayed this promise instantly. So you either lied or changed your mind against the will of your constituents. You couldn’t even make your betrayal work. You were blunderingly incompetent and humiliated yourself.”

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      What Trump did was perfect.

      Hey when your enemies are destroying themselves – in a public forum no less – LET’ THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • LOL! Since when did a yapping little dog every stop a LION?

      If American people think he who yaps the loudest — and the quickest — wins, they’ve been watching too much TV. That’s not how it works in the real world. Although it’s quite irritating. Heck, even my cat took on a yapping terrier. If you would’ve heard it but not seen it you would’ve thought the dog won, it was LOUD, yap yap yap, running pitter-patter down the hallway, but when the noise stopped the dog came running out, shaken, both his eyes bleeding; and the cat was back calmly in her bed grooming herself.

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      • correction 1st line should read: “Since when did a yapping little dog EVER stop a LION?”

        p.s. TRUE STORY!!!

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      • mark4trump says:

        Yes — Remember the little yapper from Louisiana? Jindal. What a nasty little man — constantly ridiculing Trump — It got him nowhere.

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      • New Vulgarian says:

        Before my husband and I were married, he had a Great Dane named Blue. For some reason, little dogs loved to attack Blue. Blue’s reaction was always the same. He would hold his head up high enough to not get bitten on his flues, and wait for the little dog to finish the attack. My future father-in-law’s reaction was always the same. He would put his arm around Blue, pat him on the chest, and laugh. “How ’bout that little thing thinking he could hurt Ol’ Blue!”

        This was Trump and the little yappers, racing around his ankles. I’d say Ol’ Blue did fine…

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    • Bert Darrell says:

      I disagree. It doesn’t take much to disarm charlatans. Trump very effectively finished off both senators with a single sentence, referring to Rubio as a choke artist and Cruz as a liar. There is no defense against the truth. Those viewing/listening had seen/heard the evidence on TV. There was nothing else to add.

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    • keebler AC says:

      I watched the debate too. I couldn’t hear Trump’s response over all the wretched screaming by the Ruboy groupie. It was disgusting. There’s no point participating in the yelling match and trying to engage or prevail over the overwhelmingly stacked debate.

      The display by CNN, Ruboy, Rafael, the Telemundo interviewer and nutty audience speaks for itself. GWB and elderly father was in the audience to get their jollies knowing the gladiator set up had been arranged in advance. Trump fortunately was untoppled by the entire fiasco, AND THAT IS THE BIGGEST WIN OF THE NIGHT. He survived, got zingers in, and will lead in further because people get to see how America is being bullied by paid media, GOPe and globalist sponsors.

      What occurred to Trump is what is happening to the silent majority over decades. He is representing us, taking on the hits, and WINNING. He deserves 80% of all votes just for last night’s debate.

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  8. ensitue says:

    Trump will complete the work started by Carter, Clinton and Obama

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    • KBR says:

      Read more and you will know better. There is much information here.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Trump will Bush or Hitlery will TRY to complete the work started by Carter, Clinton and Obama that was started by Wilson and FDR.

      There fixed it for ya.

      Now go read what Pascal Lamy has written over at the Globalist so you get up to speed.

      (Lamy was Director-General of the World Trade Organization and the past president of the EU who Lamy worked for has tapped him as the next EU president.)

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    • Riddick says:

      No mention of papa and boy Bushes? Oh, come on. Higher taxes (those lips moved again), open borders, real estate meltdown (boy Bush decided to let libs prevail), wars we had no business to fight (quick, name one thing Kuwait ever did for us and how did we benefit since after wasting $$$$$ TRILLIONS on those), medicare BS, drugs, etc, etc, etc.

      What’s truly appalling is people like you who refuse to use a brain. Assuming you have a brain. Plenty of info online, all one needs to do is actually WANT to get informed and learn. Marxists like you always lost and always will, it takes Marxist economies (China, Russia, etc) with a huge influx of CAPITALIST MONEY to ever succeed. No capitalist money infusion, Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea to make it rather clear for your pea sized brain, and all the glory of Marxism is in full display of its “glory” with poverty, no education, bad medicine, failing infrastructures, etc.

      Trump was the EXPERT WITNESS to US Congress back in 1991 on how to fix failing economy. Try to comprehend what this says. Have someone much smarter than you to draw you a picture if needed, ask them to speak slowly since you obviously cannot process anything fast.

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  9. georgiafl says:

    Compare and contrast:

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  10. This just in from Trump, says big announcement today:

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  11. John Doe says:

    I don’t know how you do it without it looking bad, but, for me personally? No more debates. They are out of control and just make everybody look bad.

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  12. Luck is not all says:

    We, in our family, are in the middle. Apparently protected but the protecion can dissapear in a New York minute if Trump is not our President. I guess many American families are in the same position as ours.

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  13. American Nationalist says:

    Cruz made a tactical error last night. He should have gone after Rubio instead of Trump and claimed second spot. Now he has effectively become #3.

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    • boutis says:

      I think Cruz thinks Trump will take Rubio out for him. Trump should double cross and take out Cruz first which I think is going to happen anyway. Then Rubio can have a nervous collapse from having to work so hard until March 15.

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      • mysticrose80 says:

        I agree with this. I think that’s why Cruz is, all of a sudden, stroking Roboto’s ego with false flattery. Build him up knowing fully well that he will be taken down brutally. He’s a dangerous one, that dirty little weasel.

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      • Riddick says:

        Felito will be taken out first since TX primary comes way before FL one. Looking at numbers, even from last night’s polls in Dallas area with Trump 6% ahead even prior to the debate, Felito is in deep, deep trouble. Unless another Prostitutional attorney Abbott does some trickery next week.

        Remember, each and every time prior states’ primaries had an uptick in voters, record numbers each and every time, the only candidate to benefit was Trump. And TX already reports higher than normal numbers.

        That said, a few GOPers yesterday said that votes cast so far have Felito ahead of Trump. Question of the Day: Just how in hell do you know if these votes are not to be opened/counted until next Tuesday?

        Abbott is just as much a crook as Felito is. ALL Prostitutional attorneys seem to be, right now I cannot recall one who has not lied to us so far in this election cycle.

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      • Kevin H says:

        American people are going to take out Cruz by giving Texas to Trump.

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  14. Martin says:

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  15. Martin says:

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  16. Guys this needs to go viral!

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  17. KBR says:

    This graphic was produced by a “progressive” site in NC called ncpolicywatch. The article it was linked with is, of course, anti-Trump. Yet it shows the backstabbing NC RINO’s against Trump up for what they really are.

    http://www.ncpolicywatch.com/2016/02/11/trump-is-a-symptom-in-north-carolina-not-just-a-candidate/

    NC! GET ACTIVE NOW!

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    • Gail Combs says:

      I have been trying and getting NO WHERE!

      Tried repeated e-mails

      Used the internet and looked up who was the Trump team in NC and got their phone numbers. Phone never answered or went to voice mail with no return. Now all that info has been erased from the internet.

      I have been trying for a blasted month with ZERO LUCK!

      Given the info of who was the Trump team, Republican estab plus a Bank America type, I think Trump was sabotaged.

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  18. KBR says:

    Image for above post^^

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  19. Raffaella says:

    This Rubio guy is going nuclear on Trump. Stump for Trump sisters told CNN that Rubio has a gay past. Great.

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  20. KBR says:

    Donald J Trump is speaking in Fort Worth about now! Will there be a link we can watch?

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  21. Martin says:

    Rubio has become unhinged.

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  22. coltlending says:

    I think it’s finally sunk in to the GOPe how pissed off middle America is.

    Well maybe they have always know, but just didn’t give a shit in so far as they thought they had the system rigged. And, as SD has outlined, they did – until Trump.

    Trump is indeed, as he said last night, pulling new blood in the the party. He’s bringing in the heretofore non-voting disgusted constituency and the pissed-off, sick of the GOPe constituency.

    Void of any 👊ukery on the part of the GOPe, it looks like this is evolving in to a landslide for Trump.

    Nevertheless, lets remember we are dealing with sociopaths who will do anything to maintain the status quo.

    Mr. Trump needs to watch his 360.

    Also, the real heavy lifting begins when there actually is a President Trump.

    For at that point, you will see a level of cooperative, legislative square dancing between McConnell, Reid and the rest of the UniParty in congress the likes of which has never been seen by anyone alive today.

    To prevail over such opposition is beyond just about any man, but I believe Trump is the kind of man wired the necessary way to prevail.

    And, he has the American people at his back.

    Godspeed BroTrump!!

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    • lmg says:

      I hope it doesn’t come down to this, but I think Trump is quite capable of playing dirty if needed to get Ryan, McConnell, et al, in line. I’m sure they all have enough skeletons to cater a Halloween party, and Trump knows where the bodies are buried (or can find out).

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      • cycle1 says:

        No doubt. Believe me they will fear the Donald as much is the former Mexican presidents do…

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      • Riddick says:

        This is where Roger Stone comes in, he knows more about D.C. elites than they do about themselves. Having Bennett switch from Carson was also a benefit, Bennett is an old timer in politics and seems like a really good man. Shame that Carson’s business manager prevailed in that fight, Carson’s numbers IMMEDIATELY went down the day Bennett quit. Worked for free, as consultant, for Trump, for weeks, just to prove his worth.

        I am sure these 2 have all the research needed. Don’t forget how Trump exposed Lubio’s financial graft last night when he pointed out that Lubio sold his house for DOUBLE the price, when FL real estate has fallen 30-40% in general. That showed Trump has all the data required, he’s just parsing it out bit by bit.

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  23. Oops, ms had a moment in the auto.
    A school bus cut us off in a I-30 get on yesterday.
    Went in got an MRI, she has a slight crack in L2 so no trip to Ft. Worth to be at the Trump event.

    Bummer

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    • KBR says:

      So sorry to hear that, hope the ms gets better real soon!

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Oh I’m so very sorry fobdanger … cracked vertebrae are so terribly painful and there is little to be done but take painkillers and let it heal. Bless your heart .. I’ve had several of these cracked vertebrae and wow are they awful. Hopefully it won’t be too long before the pain subsides and she can get back on her feet. Meantime, just be a good hubby and baby her, OK?

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  24. My impression of the GOPe debate was like watching a LIFETIME MOVIE, The Menendez Brothers, who plotted and executed their father because they wanted to steal the riches and the empire their own father from Cuba created, without doing the work, making sacrifices, or living life first; their mother was collateral damage. First generation ingrates. Both Rubio and Cruz were sent in to do what Erick and Lyle Menendez did. When caught they lied.

    Fortunately, in this debate drama they were unsuccessful.

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    • cycle1 says:

      Wow! Really nice analogy! And in the picture they do reminds you of Rubio and Chris.. wow! Really nice analogy! And in the picture they do remind you of Rubio and Cruz .

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    • OMG Ms. Monique that is too good! I was in the DAs office in Beverly Hills when the (first) case started, they used to come in periodically for pre-trial stuff. Real Cubano-trash. So glad they got convicted even though it took TWO trials to do it.

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  25. cycle1 says:

    Regarding choke artist Marco Rubio attempting to brand our guy Donald Trump as a con artist The only way Donald Trump can be considered as a “con” Artist is if “con” stands for “conservative”.

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  26. SoldierI says:

    Cruz just throw his support behind Rubio. America have been hood wink by Cruz and Rubio!
    http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2016/02/25/ted-cruz-says-marco-rubio-would-be-a-much-better-president-than-trump/

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  27. Gail Combs says:

    The GOPe tried this last night and failed.

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  28. TexasValues1776 says:

    Christie just endorsed Trump! HUUUUUGE announcement!😉

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  29. phil fan says:

    WOW! AG Christie here we come. He will be awesome on the stump too! Excited, wooohooo

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  30. Flight2q says:

    Told iHeartRadio that I like comedy. It recommended Rush Limbaugh. Tuned in. Rush is saying that Romney comments that there must be some dirt in Trump taxes is to make people hold off on endorsements. Cut to commercial and Christie is endorsing Trump.

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  31. andymilken says:

    SD, it is an encouraging sign, but be careful w/ the people behind the curtain. The founders of Purple Strategies (a “bi-partisan” consulting firm) are alex castellanos, yes, the same “consultant” who said many things about Trumpy, and steve mchahon, a leftist. BTW, in 2012, it predicted, in all the important swing states, Smittens won all w/ an exception of CO.

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  32. beaupre03 says:

    Trump is going to fire the whole government.

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  33. DJF says:

    One thing is obvious as I watched the major cable and standard television news shows this a.m. — Ted Cruz gets barely a mention. The whole focus has been on Rubio -v- Trump. Ted is done.

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  34. Just Scott says:

    Watching CNN just a few minutes ago, is it just me, or does Rubio look like he has been crying all night. From the side, he looks a lot like Rick Moranis.

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  35. SoldierI says:

    Who is next to drop out?

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  36. Alphonsus Jr. says:

    Marco Rubio: DESPERATE & DOOMED

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  37. I Love Carbs says:

    Worth noting that Trump is probably doing even better than this poll indicates. It was conducted by “Purple Strategies,” a PR firm, and Bloomberg is no friend of Trump. My guess is they tried to make it look as bad for Trump as they could without getting called out for obvious BS like with the NBC/WSJ poll, and this is the best they could come up with.

    They’re called “purple” because they’re bipartisan. I think it’s more accurate to describe them as UniParty.

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  38. A says:

    Rubio is a loud mouth with nooooo experience. No history of results

    Be gone! Haaaa

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  39. Sa says:

    First off all these candidates state I’m going to secure this nation from terrorists , My question is how ? The shootings in California done by members of Isis prove the Patriot Act no longer works , the department of homeland security failed , the NSA missed and dropped the ball . When will the candidates for president say more then ” I’ll be taught on terrorists ” ? These are major issues in this country and its being passed over . I support a wall on our border it should have been done years ago , let’s build it with the money we recover from drug arrests . There is to much yelling and insulting each other , how about talking about real issues .

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