by James Buchanan
A CNN news story reports “Donald Trump has become the first Republican presidential candidate to top 30% support in the race for the Republican nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC Poll, which finds the businessman pulling well away from the rest of the GOP field.”
“Trump gained 8 points since August to land at 32% support, and has nearly tripled his support since just after he launched his campaign in June…”
The more the liberal media attacks Donald Trump, the more popular he becomes. There is a tidal wave of support for anyone, who is anti-Establishment this election.
The next Republican debate will be September 16th, but Rick Perry won’t be there. A Politico news article notes “Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday announced that he was suspending his presidential campaign, becoming the first Republican to drop out of the race and kicking off the winnowing stage of the crowded GOP contest…”
“The longest-serving governor in Texas history, Perry had never lost a race in his home state in his three-decades-long career, making his stumbles in the national spotlight this year, and during his ill-fated 2012 bid, all the more humbling.”
CNN announced that anyone getting less than one percent support in recent polls would be dropped. Eleven candidates will be in the main debate with Carly Fiorina added thanks to her recent rise in the polls. There will be a second debate with the less popular GOP candidates, but CNN won’t be inviting candidates who are polling less than one percent, which means Lindsey Graham won’t even be making it to the second debate.
The rise of Donald Trump is a sign of how angry Americans are about being sold out on the illegal immigration issue. Americans want illegal aliens deported and they don’t want another sell out system politician, who favors Amnesty and flooding America with Third World people.