Trump Gets HUGE News – This Is a Game Changer

by Just An American | March 14, 2016 12:17 pm

There is a saying that opposition is strongest for those that are doing something right…and it’s always an uphill journey right before something good is going to happen. Well, that could not be any truer for Donald Trump.[1] With all the controversy that went down at his rally, it may seem to some people things are looking grim for his campaign. However, the truth about Trump’s position to win…is ANYTHING but grim!


With fewer candidates in the competition, the outcome in the winner-take-all states of Florida and Ohio are going to be keenly watched.

Tuesday has been dubbed “Super Tuesday 2.0” with five states going to the polls – Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio as well as the Northern Mariana Islands.

Ohio has turned into a three-way race for the Republican nomination for president, with billionaire Donald Trump, Ohio Gov.

John Kasich and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz all competing for 66 winner-take-all delegates.

Trump, 69, on Sunday night announced he is cancelling his rally in Florida and will instead campaign in Ohio, which he expects to be attended by thousands of people.

Trump needs to win both Florida and Ohio. Though Trump has won primaries and caucuses in 14 states and has 460 delegates, but he is just 100 delegates ahead of nearest rival Ted Cruz who has won seven states and has 360 delegates.

Kasich has said he will win Ohio’s primary Tuesday and deny Trump the winner-take-all state’s 66 delegates.

Polls in Ohio have shown Kasich with the best chance of defeating Trump here. The two are deadlocked in recent surveys, with Cruz trailing by as much as 20 percentage points.

A CBS News poll released Sunday showed Cruz with 27 percent among GOP likely voters to Kasich’s and Trump’s 33 percent each.

The word is Trump is the GOP runner expected to win out all states come “Super Tuesday 2.0” he is leading in all but Ohio, where he and Kasich are just about tied… There is no inbetween for the way people feel about Trump. Either they love him, or hate him. The same goes for his work ethic…either he wins it all, or… well, there is no or. Trump only knows how to win.

  1. Well, that could not be any truer for Donald Trump.:
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