DEMOCRATS FUELING DONALD TRUMP’S PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

imageNEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles®) – NBC is reporting that the U.S. media is fueling Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

With 16 Republican candidates running for president, most contenders are struggling to get media coverage, which helps make them better-known to voters and spread their message. That hasn’t been a problem for Trump.

An independent analysis shows that 46 percent of the media coverage over the last month about the GOP candidates was about Trump, compared to 13 percent of articles about Jeb Bush.

Trump, in a period from June 14 to July 12, received more coverage than the combined total of Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, generally considered the three leading GOP candidates.

But an investigative report by The Adobo Chronicles® shows that it’s the Democrats, not the media, that have catapulted Trump to the No. 1 spot in national polls on who among the declared Republican candidates should be anointed by the GOP.  Trump now leads the field of GOP candidates by double digits,  24% to be exact.

It turns out that Democrat poll respondents have been voting at a 100% rate for Trump.

The Democratic strategy seems to be to  ensure that Trump gets the GOP nomination which would all but result in Hillary Clinton winning the electoral  votes in all the 50 states.

Unless the Republicans get their act together, America is headed for its first woman in the White House. And we’re not talking First Lady here!

 

 

 

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