The Trump Report: Even Skewed Polls Can’t Hide It

. Even Skewed Polls Can’t Hide It Even skewed polls can’t hide the fact that Donald Trump has started to turn things around over the past week. The gap between Crooked Hillary and himself are narrowing substantially, both nationally and … Continue reading →

The Trump Report: Big Trouble For Hillary

. Big Trouble For Hillary Forget the recent very biased news headlines from the MSM. The truth is Crooked Hillary is in trouble, big trouble. A recent poll of North Carolina voters, released by the Civitas Institute, shows Trump leading … Continue reading →

The Trump Report – Kasich Won Ohio, What Next?

. Kasich Won Ohio, What Next? Kasich won his home state of Ohio on Yuuuge Tuesday. Big deal. What is next? The Kasich campaign is not even asking that question at this point. There seems to be a delusion afoot … Continue reading →

The Trump Report – We’re Calling It “Yuuuge” Tuesday!

. We’re Calling It “Yuuuge” Tuesday! Yesterday was another “yuuuge” day for Donald Trump in this presidential election race. To say that Trump dominated would be the understatement of the campaign. He won three of the states, Florida, Ilinois and … Continue reading →

The Trump Report – March 15: What’s At Stake Today

. March 15: What’s At Stake Today Today is not as big as Super Tuesday in terms of the number of states voting, but it is still an important day for all the Republican contenders. Almost 400 delegates are up … Continue reading →

The Trump Report – Make Or Break Tuesday

. Make Or Break Tuesday Tomorrow will be a big day in the lives of two of the remaining presidential hopefuls. Both Marco Rubio and John Kasich battle on their respective home states – and they must win them to … Continue reading →

The Trump Report – Trump Still Leads New Hampshire & Florida

Trump Still Leads New Hampshire & Florida A Monmouth University post-debate poll taken in New Hampshire shows Donald Trump still in the lead, with 26%. His closest rival is Ben Carson, 10 points behind with 16 percent, and in third … Continue reading →