Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Trump Beats Own Campaign Prediction, Reaching 1,536 Delegates

Breitbart -- Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump sailed past his own campaign’s prediction on the final delegate count, and now heads into next month’s Republican National Convention.

After the final five state Republican primaries on Tuesday night, Trump stands at 1,536 delegates

In April, Trump’s campaign predicted it would reach 1,400 delegates ahead of the convention to meet the threshold delegate requirement of 1,237 in order to clinch the nomination on the first ballot. Trump broke the Republican primary record by 1.4 million votes, according to the conservative blog site, The Gateway Pundit.

Breitbart News earlier reported that following the New York primary in April, Trump already had two million more votes than GOP nominee Mitt Romney did in 2012.
Blog Author's Comments -- It's probably safe to say that the Democrats, some Republicans and the liberal media will be reaching new lows in trying to steal this election from Trump. But, he did it with his own party actively working against him. That is not supposed to happen. He and his campaign staff will obviously be watching what all of those who want to somehow stop him from becoming the official Republican nominee at the GOP convention do.

What I find interesting is the last time world leaders were concerned about a candidate for president was when Reagan ran. They called him a cowboy and said he would be too fast on the trigger when it came to foreign policy. In fact, his no nonsense attitude and willingness to speak the truth allowed us to finally bring an end to the cold war. One of the biggest problems we have had since 2009 is no one wants to call our enemies our enemies or a terrorist a terrorist. Trump will do this and that is one of the issues that scares the rest of the world and the so-called GOP leaders, because they think appeasement will gain us more.

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