Sunday, February 16, 2020

Missouri, Kansas Republicans Rally Behind Prez Trump Amid Primary Season

Remember that Kansas scrapped its primary and the Missouri GOP isn't likely to give challenger Bill Weld much of a chance. Read more:

Trump drives massive turnout in primaries despite token opposition

The vote totals in New Hampshire were even starker. The president received 129,696 votes, more than doubling Obama and Bush's totals. While it's unclear what the figures might portend for the general election - the president's job approval numbers remain stuck in the mid-40s in most surveys - the results highlight the degree to which Trump's base is energized.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

because Trump is great and we all know it.

Anonymous said...

How do we know Kansas is behind Trump?

Trump was so scared of a GOP challenge, he had the Kansas primary cancelled.

Anonymous said...

Yep whining bully has to cheat.

Anonymous said...

So which titan of Republican politics was going to effectively challenge an incumbent president with almost unanimous approval within his own party, brain donors?

Also, hearing Democrats whine about irregularities in a primary is comedy gold, but it usefully demonstrates the lack of self-awareness that is a major contributor to Trump's upcoming landslide victory.

Anonymous said...

There isn't a republican that can beat Trump in a primary, but that's why it's so stupid of him to cancel several state primaries. He should take the 90% win, but he's fixated and obsessed on the 10% that won't back him.

But Trump also thought Biden was going to be the Democratic nominee and got impeached for trying to get foreign countries to start investigating him. Trump has proven he's not a bright guy.

Anonymous said...

If only I was as "bright" as 1:49