Donald Trump to Hillary: If You Keep Using the “Women’s Card” on Me, I’ll Bring Up Bill Clinton
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fired off a warning tweet on Monday to pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in a way that only Trump can do. He told Hillary to quit trying to parlay her status as a woman into getting votes — telling her to stop using the “women’s card” as she runs for president. Ref. Source 8c
Trump threatens to pull $1B in UK investments if he's banned:
"Any action to restrict travel would force the Trump Organization to immediately end these and all future investments we are currently contemplating in the United Kingdom," the company said in a statement Thursday, according to CNBC on Thursday. Ref. Source 1y
More Voters Than Ever See Trump As Eventual GOP Nominee:
Belief among Republicans that Donald Trump will be the next GOP presidential nominee now ties its highest level ever, and among all likely voters, more than ever agree. Ref. Source 9a
Donald Trump maintains his wide lead in New Hampshire and, with just under three weeks to go until the first in the nation balloting begins, no single candidate has a clear hold on second place.
Trump stands atop the pack with 34%, 20 percentage points ahead of his nearest competitor, according to a new CNN/WMUR poll conducted by the UNH Survey Center. Ted Cruz holds 14% and is the only candidate to have gained significant ground since December.
Adding to the volatility of the race, just 31% of likely Republican voters say they have made up their minds about who they'll support in next month's primary, well below the 52% of likely Democratic voters who are certain of their choice. Ref. CNN.
Trump Won’t Give Specifics on Abortion: “I’m Pro-Life, But I Don’t Want to Talk About It Right Now”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is facing significant questions from pro-life voters in advance of the first primary and caucus votes next month.And when asked on the campaign trail to provide more specifics about the kind of abortion policies he would implement as president, he declined to give any specifics. Ref. Source 7x
Donald Trump came second in Iowa. While he didn't win, no surprise, I am amazed that he's got this far. His off the cuff answers and radical thinking means that conservative voters want more stringent put in place - they want a tough talker.
International Level: New Activist / Political Participation: 18 1.8%
Well, well, Donald Trump is not finished. He came in second place in Iowa and first in New Hampshire - that's scary!
International Level: Junior Politician / Political Participation: 67 6.7%
Donald Trump: I Was Joking When I Said I’d Put My Pro-Abortion Sister on the Supreme Court
Now that pro-life Justice Antonin Scalia has passed away, pro-life voters are scrutinizing each of the candidates in terms of how they will handle Supreme Court appointments. And when it comes to businessman Donald Trump, he has faced criticism in some quarters from pro-life voters who point to a past interview he gave about his sister, who is a pro-abortion attorney. Ref. Source 9w.