DENIAL Donald Trump won the Nevada caucus last night. Big deal. Everyone expected that. The real story is who finished second. And Marco Rubio came through BIG — winning second place with 24 percent of the vote! All that matters is the delegate count, okay?
Donald Trump’s victory in Nevada was huge. Together, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio could not muster more voters than The Donald. Looking ahead at the polls, Trump looks hard to beat. Trump crushes Rubio in Florida. He’s beating Kasich in Ohio. Cruz
In the first national poll to be released following last Saturday’s South Carolina GOP Primary, Rasmussen shows Donald Trump increasing his lead to 15 points over the rest of the field. Trump registers 36 percent support in the poll, leading Marco Rubio
I shared some post-South Carolina Primary thoughts on Facebook Saturday night, but I wanted to expand on that here. This is a three-way race between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. Currently Donald Trump is in the driver’s seat. Finally after
The latest Gravis poll has Trump ahead in Nevada with 33 percent, Cruz second at 20 percent, and Rubio third with 11 percent. That’s a slight decline for Trump from the October CNN poll but a huge surge for Cruz from 4 percent
In light of the Rubio Nevada firewall strategy, I offer Dan McLaughlin’s (RedState) Rubio roadmap that seemingly validates it, though contrasting it with Cruz’s more viable path to the nomination. It’s an intriguing look – based on a presumptive Rubio victory in
There’s a chance the promising primary campaign of Marco Rubio and his “New American Century” may sputter before it ever ignites. Elaina Plott writes in National Review: Marco Rubio is going all in to win Nevada. Though the Florida senator has eschewed
The good news keeps coming for Donald Trump as new CNN/ORC polls show the real estate mogul in first place in South Carolina and Nevada, the third and fourth contests in the presidential primary race: Trump holds 38% support in Nevada, with Carson in