Among the 34% who say they have made up their mind or are leading toward a candidate, Trump’s lead grows, and the top of the field shifts.
According to CNN, after Trump went full-Trump on Fox News host Megyn Kelly last week (complete with insinuations about her menstrual cycle), chairman Roger Ailes called Trump up and gave him a simple choice: either the two could “resolve this now” or “go to war”.
Then came the date many people expected would be Trump’s downfall: the GOP debate. For her part, Kelly said she wouldn’t apologize for asking the pointed questions that she chose.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump wowed his fans at an appearance in Michigan tonight.
“I don’t like what’s happening”, Trump said in the 15-minute telephone interview with News reporter David Sherpardson on Wednesday “We’re losing our jobs”.
The survey found that Trump continued to enjoy the backing of 24 percent of Republican voters, which is double the 12 percent support held by his closest rival, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
“I assured him that we will continue to cover this campaign with fairness & balance”, Ailes said in a statement.
Kelly’s first question to Trump recounted how he’d disparaged women with terms like “fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals”.
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“As we get closer to the January debate in Iowa, Fox News will announce the criteria for participation – which has not yet been determined – and invitations will be extended to all candidates who meet that criteria”, a Fox News representative said. Rather, they are clear and compelling evidence Trump has serious issues with treating women as equals.
Many were likely captivated by curiosity over what frontrunner Donald Trump would do or say – and shouldn’t have been disappointed – but polls show that he didn’t win the night in the eyes of Republicans.
“We’re going to make this country so strong, so powerful, you’re going to be so proud to be a citizen of the United States”, said Trump.
“I want to run as a Republican. that’s what I’m doing”, he said.
He’s bossing them around now, while Trump agrees to an exclusive interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd on Meet the Press this Sunday. “Secondly, we do see how the government is wasting our money”.
Boeddinghaus said he is a fan of Trump, but he’d eventually like to hear more specifics on how Trump would achieve his goals.