A spate of new polls from Louisiana, Mississippi, and Michigan tell the same story: Trump, Trump, Trump.
Donald Trump is up by 24 points in Mississippi, and by 20 points in in Louisiana and Michigan, in the latest polling (another poll suggests his Michigan lead may be only 10 points).
He remains under 50 percent — the only faint hope for the idea that some unified non-Trump candidate has a shot at defeating him. But so far the opposition doesn’t care enough to find a way to unite.
There are only days in which to do so. Or it’s nothing but Trump, Trump, Trump.
Maggie Gallagher is a senior fellow at the American Principles Project.