TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! TRUMP FOR PREZ 2016 CAMPAIGN PLANNING RETURN TRIP TO KANSAS CITY!!!
The most KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY INSIDERS SEND TKC FIRST WORD of a Donald Trump return trip to Kansas City, Missouri amid a critical battle to secure an important Red State victory.
To wit . . .
TKC FIRST!!! TRUMP CAMPAIGN PLANNING EPIC RETURN TO KANSAS CITY TO STOP MOMENTUM OF MISSOURI HILLARY SUPPORTERS!!!
For the first time in nearly a decade, Missouri is once again an important battleground state according to recent polling:
A new poll of Missouri shows real trouble brewing for Republicans as Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by a single point in a state that Mitt Romney won by ten points in 2012.
Mason-Dixon Polling found that Trump is losing in a state that President Obama lost in 2008 and 2012. Technically, the results are a statistical tie, but Trump is underperforming Romney by eleven points in a state that Republicans thought they could count on in November. The two main issues for Trump in Missouri are that he is less popular than Clinton in the state and that he is getting less Republican support than Clinton is getting Democratic support.
And so, as the most populous city in Missouri . . . Kansas City is the logical battlefield Presidential battlefield given that the last visit to KCMO was part of an effort that surprisingly led TRUMP TO DEFEAT TED CRUZ IN THE MISSOURI GOP PRIMARY DESPITE THE POLITICAL CONNECTIONS OF SHOW-ME STATE NATIVE CONSULTANT JEFF ROE!!!
Still . . .
LAST TIME AROUND REMEMBER THAT KANSAS CITY RESISTANCE TOWARD TRUMP WAS EPIC AND SOME "LADY" ALLEGEDLY SMACKED A HORSE IN PROTEST OF THE GOP CANDIDATE!!!
Still . . . Today OUR TKC BLOG COMMUNITY IS FIRST TO REVEAL NEWS OF A KANSAS CITY RETURN TRIP FOR TRUMP that attempts to make sure he doesn't lose Missouri and earn help from his Kansas allies like Kris Kobach, too.
Check the links . . .
BBC: Trump campaign teeters on the brink
Politico: Clinton, Trump in virtual tie in Missouri
WaPo: New state and national polls suggest Trump's campaign is wobbling
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