Despite the name calling and insults, Trump remains the GOP leader for presidential candidate.
(Photo by Robin Ay: titled Trump Wall was created using actual bricks, gelled back lighting, dolls, and Photoshop.)
Super Tuesday, the biggest presidential primary election of the 2016 campaign, was full of surprises thanks to Donald Trump. Once again Trump left his competition in the dust, winning all states except Texas, Alaska, and Oklahoma (won by Ted Cruz), and Minnesota (Marco Rubio). It was a very close call in Vermont with a narrow win over John Kasich, Ben Carson’s turnout was much like his personality- expectantly uneventful.
Trump gave his thank you speech in Palm Beach, Florida in front of his angry flock who say they’re sick of establishment politics and want to see real change. Trump reiterated his plan to send back illegal immigrants, and to build a wall to keep future immigrants from entering the US.
The states participating in Super Tuesday were: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado (with caucuses), Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota (with caucuses), Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia. Alaska and Wyoming also held Republican caucuses, American Samoa participated as well.
An over-dramatic, over-rehearsed Cruz wasted no time to begin attacking the Donald during an interview with Hallie Jackson on MSNBC, stating Trump’s candidacy would be a disaster, and that the Cruz campaign will beat Trump using the “Reagan coalition”- whatever that means. As of now it looks like Cruz’s “Reagan tactics” are doing nothing to knock Trump off his golden-door-emblazoned wall.