This is not wishful thinking according to the New York Post “Confidential polling data shows Hillary Clinton could lose the presidential election in heavily Democratic New York to Donald Trump as the GOP front-runner’s support grows to the point of being “surprisingly strong,”
“The poll results, from Democratic and Republican legislative races, have surprised many leading Dems, virtually all of whom have endorsed Clinton, while confounding and energizing GOP leaders, many of whom until recently have been opposed to Trump. “There are some Democrats who think that Hillary can be taken if Trump mounts a strong campaign,’’ one of the state’s most prominent Democrats said.”
This report from the New York Post comes on the heels of an endorsement for Donald Trump by Senator Jeff Sessions who is “universally respected—and feared—inside the beltway in Washington. Sessions is known for his tough views on immigration and trade and has repeatedly aimed to push the Republican Party in a more populist, nationalist direction.”
The New York Post isn’t alone in reporting Donald Trump could take it all. As we pointed out in TPP Can Donald Trump Win It All? U.S. News is also reporting “Trump Could Win It All”. Unfair trade trade agreements have devastated the once vibrant American middle class. While it may not be talked about by the party elites on either side, as shown in that article it is definitely in discussion at dinner tables and union halls across the country. Election 2016 appears to be shaping up to be an election where the giant sucking sound has finally caught up with the powers in Washington, D.C.
Donald Trump was the only candidate to reply to the Sessions test on immigration and trade and his answers show that he is clearly for Americans getting a fair deal on trade. Today Senator Sessions said a Trump Presidency Would ‘Kill the Advancement’ of Obamatrade (TPP). If you are on twitter you may have noticed there are Democrats for Trump, Independents for Trump and Republicans for Trump. A few months back it was reported that Minnesota, another very heavily leaning Democratic state was also in play for Donald Trump. With the contest shaping up to be Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton, the data from the New York Post, U.S News and others is showing that Donald Trump may very well be the next President.