“I think people in the press ought to be treated with a little more respect and dignity”, Bush said.
Trump’s continued appeal has confounded the Republican establishment, which has been anxiously waiting for the party’s primary voters to grow tired of his style. Happening the offensive against the GOP presidential frontrunner may soothe the considerations Bush supporters have had over their candidate’s willingness to fight.
Seven percent said they would vote for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, a record low since November 2013. So it’s no surprise that Donald Trump now has Jeb Bush in his crosshairs-the latest result of a tense relationship between Trump and the Bush family that goes back decades, the Washington Post reports. The new ad perhaps suggests we may see a new level of activity along these lines. But it’s an effective rallying cry for fearmongers and political opportunists like Trump, who has embraced the words “anchor babies” and talks about deporting them.
And he claims Russia’s own macho leader, President Vladimir Putin, would turn docile with Trump in the White House and hand over fugitive intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
While Trump may be “rewriting the rulebook”, pollsters question whether or not he will be able to maintain his position at the top of the polls.
“It’s a great step forward, and it reminds us that America is a very special place”, said Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.
Politicians are much like stand-up comedians… they play to the applause lines. “This is the highest tally and widest margin for any Republican so far in this election“, reads a polling memo.
This poll was taken before Trump tried to publicly humiliate well-respected Latino journalist Jorge Ramos.
“Donald Trump soars; Ben Carson rises; Jeb Bush slips and some GOP hopefuls seem to disappear”, said Tim Malloy, assistant director of the survey.
Trump’s net favorability rating with Hispanics has fallen to negative 50 percentage points, according to a Gallup poll released this week. The group’s mash-up video of Obama quotes on climate is here. Marco Rubio led Republicans with a net rating of 69. With each stump speech, they learn which sound bites are applause lines and they play to the audience, regardless of their internal beliefs or silent intentions.
“Mexican? I don’t even know what language that is”, he said to laughs.