Fox News Poll: Donald Trump widens lead in GOP Race, While Hillay Clinton – Bernie Sanders Race Tightens
IS IT ANY WONDER WHY TRUMP HAS WIDENED LEAD AS LATELY FOX NEWS HAS ACTED LIKE A TRUMP SUPER PAC …
According to a recent FOX News poll, Donald Trump is widening his lead in the Republican primary race over Ted Cruz and John Kasich. On the Democrat side, the race has become much tighter between socialist Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. If the race is this close for the Democrats, it makes won wonder what kind of unreported division there truly is in the Donkey camp and how that will play out at the convention and if Hillary is indicted or not. It is simply amazing that Hillary Clinton cannot shake Sanders. If it were not for the establishment being in the tank for Hillary and the super delegates, the Democrat race would be a virtual tie.
Also, as Hot Air opines, the polls is a little bit puzzling as to why Trump would be surging with gains by Kasich and a decline by Cruz. This is supposed to be a national poll, not a New York one.
Donald Trump jumps to an 18-point lead over Ted Cruz this week with record high support for the Republican nomination.
Trump tops Cruz by 45-27 percent among GOP primary voters in a new Fox News national poll on the 2016 election. John Kasich comes in third with 25 percent.
Three weeks ago, the mogul was up by three over Cruz: 41-38 percent, with Kasich at 17 percent (March 20-22, 2016).
Forty-five percent is a new high for Trump. The previous high was last month’s 41 percent.
Trump’s best numbers come from GOP voters without a college degree (54 percent) and those who describe themselves as “very” conservative (50 percent).
In contrast, the Democratic race tightened. Clinton is ahead by two points, edging Bernie Sanders by 48-46 percent. Last month, before Sanders won eight of the nine most recent contests, she had a 13-point advantage (55-42 percent).
SNL‘s Spoofs that Hillary Clinton is just like the Common Man as She Shows She is a New York City Subway Pro
YUP, HILLARY CLINTON IS JUST LIKE YOU AN ME … YEAH, SURE SHE IS.
Watch the below SNL video as they lampoon Hillary Clinton as being just like Joe and Mary six-pack. Honestly, she doesn’t even drive, who really thinks she takes the subway? Maybe they should have had one of her trying to scrub her email server in the bathroom?
Now what is funnier is that the real life mishap by Hillary Clinton trying to use the NYC subway. How out of place does Hillary look on the subway, I mean really. Next maybe they can have Hillary flipping burgers at McDonald’s.
Democrat Presidential Candidate & Self-Proclaimed Socialist Bernie Sanders Says Hillary Clinton is Not ‘Qualified’ to be President”
WOW, BERNIE SANDERS AND I FINALLY AGREE ON SOMETHING … HILLARY, FEEL THE BERN.
Bernie Sanders said Wednesday that Hillary Clinton is not “qualified” to be president! After winning 7 out of the last 8 Democrat primaries and caucuses, the war of words has begum between Sander and Clinton. Welcome to the party Bernie. You have finally figured out what many of us have known for years. Although Sanders has other reasons, other then the obvious, as to why Hillary Clinton should not be president, at least he is now saying so.
I will say this right now and have thought it since the Democrat party decided to turn socialist … if Bernie Sanders really wanted to win the Democratic presidential nomination, he would go after Hillary Clinton on trust and her private email server as Secretary of State under Obama. It would only take one on the Left to question her trustworthiness and criminal activity for the entire Hillary house of cards to fall. That is if he is really serious and not just a straw man.
Bernie Sanders said Wednesday that Hillary Clinton is not “qualified” to be president, a sharp escalation in rhetoric in the Democratic primary.
“Secretary Clinton appears to be getting a little bit nervous,” he told a crowd in Philadelphia. “And she has been saying lately that she thinks that I am ‘not qualified’ to be president. Well, let me, let me just say in response to Secretary Clinton: I don’t believe that she is qualified, if she is, through her super PAC, taking tens of millions of dollars in special interest funds. I don’t think that you are qualified if you get $15 million from Wall Street through your super PAC.”
CNN has reached out to the Clinton campaign for comment, and its surrogates responded quickly on Twitter.
“Hillary Clinton did not say Bernie Sanders was ‘not qualified.’ But he has now – absurdly – said it about her. This is a new low,” campaign spokesman Brian Fallon tweeted.
Clinton was asked Wednesday morning by MSNBC whether she thought Sanders was “ready to be president.”
“I think he hadn’t done his homework and he’d been talking for more than a year about doing things that he obviously hadn’t really studied or understood, and that does raise a lot of questions,” Clinton said. “Really what that goes to is for voters to ask themselves can he deliver what he’s talking about.”
More from Hot Air as to further reasons why Hillary Clinton is not qualified to be president.
Bernie could have argued that somebody who has FBI agents closing in on her like the Pinkertons surrounding the hideout of the Jessie James gang was less qualified. He might have mentioned the fact that even Clinton’s most loyal surrogates are unable to list a single accomplishment of substance on her part over her entire career. Since they are battling for votes in New York, he should have pointed to the disastrous upstate job losses which followed her promise of a quarter million new jobs when she was running for the Senate here. He could have even trotted out a laundry list of the issues where Clinton has flipped and flopped her way through every conceivable position on each for the sake of political expediency.
But Bernie did none of those things. He continued the same old, tired repetition of her close ties with Wall Street and her support of the Iraq war. The real irony here is that Bernie is – at least on paper – considerably more qualified than Clinton, yet he never talks about it. He has executive experience as a mayor, albeit in a rather smallish city. (Hillary has only been married to an executive.) His time in the legislative branch, both House and Senate, dwarfs hers. And minor though they may be, he’s at least had his signature on some legislation which made it into law. Clinton has spent her time in American government without leaving a single distinguished accomplishment in her wake. Why wouldn’t Sanders dip into this overflowing bucket of possible critiques?
ISN’T THIS RICH COMING FROM ONE OF THE BIGGEST LIARS OF THEM ALL …
This weekend on NBC’s Meet the Press, Hillary Clinton continued to go after self-proclaimed socialist and Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaign for misrepresenting her record on fossil fuels and said she feels sorry for the young people who believe it. Clinton stated, “I feel sorry sometimes for the young people who, you know, believe this. They don’t do their own research. And I’m glad that we can now point to reliable independent analysis to say no, it’s just not true.” Like her or hate her, one thing is for certain, she’s got balls. Hillary Clinton is one of the least trusted individuals and has made a career out of self-serving lies but she has the CO-JONES to call some one else a liar. REALLY?
Because Hillary would never play both ends against the middle now would she?
Hillary Clinton continued ripping into the Bernie Sanders campaign this morning for misrepresenting her record on fossil fuels and said she feels sorry for the young people who believe it.
A few days ago, after being confronted by a Greenpeace activist about receiving donations from the fossil fuel industry, Clinton snapped and said, “I am so sick of the Sanders campaign lying about me!”
The Washington Post‘s fact-check concluded that Clinton and the Super PAC supporting her received money from lobbyists tied to that industry––the Super PAC received $3.25 million––but said that the claims from Team Sanders are “exaggerated” and awarded them 3 Pinocchios. On CNN this morning, Sanders defended the attacks and said it’s not “distorting reality” to point out that lobbyists for that industry are giving as much as they can to help his opponent and trying to bundle more.
When she was asked about rejecting the donations months ago, Clinton said she would not impose a “litmus test” on who can give her donations, saying people fully understand she’s “very adamant about moving us towards clean renewable energy.”
Daily Commentary – Monday, April 4, ,2016 – Another Officer Shot and Killed While on Duty and a Busy Week with the Presidential Primary Candidates
- Police Trooper Chad Dermyer was shot and killed at a GreyHound Bus station in Virginia, R.I.P.. Trump puts his foot in his mouth again! Hillary to be questioned by the FBI regarding her emails?
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Daily Commentary – Friday, April 1, 2016 – There Have Been Some Reports That the Prosecutor Filing Charges Against Corey Lewandowski is a Hillary Supporter
- Prosecutor, Dave Aronberg is evidently a long time Hillary Clinton supporter but that shouldn’t make any difference. That said, the case will likely end up being mediated and settled
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Will she or wont she be brought up on criminal charges?
According to David Shuster of Al Jazeera America, Hillary Clinton will be interviewed by FBI Director James Comey in the coming days as investigators decide whether or not to file criminal charges over her private email server. In a clip flagged by Mediaite, Al Jazeera reported that the FBI had finished its probe of the Democratic frontrunner’s server that she used as secretary of state. Shuster, who was previously worked with both Fox News and MSNBC, said that a decision to indict Clinton will come after she’s interviewed by FBI Director James Comey in the coming days.
Clinton states she did nothing illegal and did not send any emails that were labeled classified. Of course you didn’t Hillary, only top secret. Let’s face it folks, if it were you or I that did this, we would have already been arrested, charged, indicted, prosecuted and sentenced to prison.
While Hillary Clinton fights for the Democratic presidential nomination, law enforcement officials tell Al Jazeera America the Federal Investigation into her personal email system while she was Secretary of State has reached a critical stage.
The FBI, led by Director James Comey, has now finished examining Clinton’s private emails and home server. And the sources add that Comey’s FBI team has been joined by the Justice Department prosecutors. Together, they are now examining the evidence, analyzing relevant laws, and attempting to arrange interviews with key figures in the investigation.
Those interviews, according to attorneys, will include former State Department aides Philippe Reines, Former Clinton Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, and Clinton herself.
Soon after those interviews — in the next few days and weeks — officials expect Director Comey to make his recommendation to Attorney General Loretta Lynch about potential criminal charges.
According to the most recent CNN/ORC poll, Donald Trump continues to be the top choice of Republican voters in the race for their party’s nomination as Hillary Clinton remains on top as well fir the Democrats.
Donald Trump continues to be the top choice of Republican voters in the race for their party’s nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.
The poll finds little appetite for replacing the delegate leader and front-runner with another candidate at the convention or through a third-party run, but most of those opposed to Trump’s candidacy continue to pine for another option.
With the field whittled to just three candidates, 47% of Republicans say they’d most like to see Trump win their party’s nomination, about the same as the 49% who said they would be most likely to support him in February.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz follows at 31%, with Ohio Gov. John Kasich the preferred choice of 17% of GOP voters.
Daily Commentary – Friday, March 18, 2016 – The GOP Has Been Hinting of a Possible Brokered Convention For Some Time
- The question is, if Trump is the nominee can he beat Hillary one on one in the general election?
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TONIGHT IS BERNIE’S BIG CHANCE … DO DEMOCRATS REALLY WANT CHANGE OR JUST CLINTON?
As reported at the Politico, Hillary Clinton looks unbeatable in Florida but a strong Sanders performance in the industrial Midwest could give his campaign new life. With three key states in play today for Sanders, Ohio, Illinois and Missouri, is it possible that the candidate thought to be just a straw man for the Hillary Clinton expected Democrat nomination, could actually make a race of this? Sanders unexpected win in Michigan could propel him through “Rust Belt” states. We shall see. The untold story from the MSM is that if Sanders starts winning states, especially winner take all primaries, the Democrat party voters are going to be taking a closer and closer look as to why Sanders is so far behind the establishment candidate, Hillary Clinton. Can you say the fix is in with “Super Delegates.”
In the final days before Tuesday’s primaries, Bernie Sanders was closing fast in the polls in three of the five states voting, raising the prospect of yet another indecisive Democratic election night, this one marked by Hillary Clinton bolstering her delegate lead but Sanders performing well enough to slingshot into what his campaign argues will be its most important stretch yet.
The Vermont senator’s best case scenario Tuesday has him pulling out three victories – he’s within single digits of Clinton in the latest polls in Illinois, Missouri and Ohio – an outcome that would rattle the race and raise new questions about the durability of the Clinton campaign.
Even if Tuesday doesn’t significantly alter the delegate math that makes Clinton the prohibitive front-runner, a strong Sanders performance in the industrial Midwest will make possible the long campaign that the senator and his aides switched to after their big and unexpected loss in the Nevada caucuses.
Few large caucus states are left on the map, but seven states are up between March 15 and April 5, including the Arizona primary, four caucuses — in Idaho, Utah, Alaska, and Washington — where the Vermont senator is hoping to pick up steam again, and a sixth primary — Wisconsin — where he’s expecting a big win to cap off the two-week run. (Hawaii, caucusing on March 26, is rarely included in the calculus.)