Where Donald Trump’s Pennsylvania Keystone Dream May Die – POLITICO Magazine

If Donald Trump loses his bid for the presidency he will have no one but Donald Trump to blame for it. Knowing his temperament he will blame everyone and their uncle. He was forced to watch his the baked performance by his staff. Can you imagine an NFL quarterback losing a game being shut out and refusing to watch the game footage? I would be trying to find out what I did wrong and would not be reluctantly watching it. I don’t think that’s Donald Trump with his level attention span will be able in the next few days to make up the ground that Hillary Clinton has had 40 years to build on. Amazingly the networks are now saying that he has to hit it out of the ballpark or his campaign is doomed. By the way I don’t know why I’m using all of these Sports metaphors since Sports is not my thing. I was once asked why I like politics so much and I told her friend it’s my sports.

What Florida Pennsylvania Virginia New Hampshire Colorado there is no path to the White House for Trump and I hope when he loses he loses with dignity and remembers how important his concession speech will be to a nation very much in need of healing.

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http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2016/10/donald-trump-2016-pennsylvania-214326

First on CNN: Poll shows Clinton with battleground leads

I will say this many times before the elections. Polls this early mean nothing. But they feel good. That’s why I call them mental masturbation. I’ll say it again polls this really means nothing.  I keep getting yelled at by people who don’t read my blog post and just see the headline on Facebook.

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http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/29/politics/battleground-polls-donald-trump-hillary-clinton/index.html

Hillary Clinton maintains big leads in New York’s looming primaries – The Washington Post

Ok, I am for Hillary Clinton and therefore dropped Donald Trump from the headline in the story above. That being said these numbers are really really good for Hillary’s chances in New York and Pennsylvania. And let’s be honest if she wins those two states she will have a clear path to the nomination. At this point Bernie Sanders would need to get 68% of the total vote or delegates to become the nominee. I hope these numbers hold up. I’ve said this a million times, one week in politics is like a year in real life.
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/04/10/trump-and-clinton-maintain-big-leads-in-new-yorks-looming-primary/

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