Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Negative ads against Donald Trump, highlighting business bankruptcies or allegations of fraud against “Trump University” have had little impact. But in Orlando, several voters unprompted said they are seeing a backlash against Rubio for recently ramping up his attacks on Trump, even alluding to the size of Trump’s private parts. “I used to really like Marco Rubio but when he did what he did last week — with the hands stuff and just going after Trump one thing after another, I said this guy’s a dirt bag. Wait a minute Rubio, you’re like 44 and Trump’s a billionaire, and you’re going to insult this guy’s intelligence? I think he’s going to really suffer from that,” said James Berwich, 50, of Vero Beach. St. Cloud resident David Turnbull, 66, said he was stunned by how Rubio suddenly became so juvenile in his attacks. “I really liked Marco until the last week and a half when he became a blithering idiot. The comments, the innuendo and the outright third-grade attacks, I wouldn’t support him for dog catcher any more,” he said. March 15 marks a critical point in the race, in large part because Florida, with 99 delegates, and Ohio, with 66, award all their delegates to the winner. If Trump loses both those states, the prospects for keeping him from winning the 1,237 delegates needed to win the nomination become significantly greater. If he wins both states, he might be — as Donald Trump himself predicts — unstoppable.
Donald Trump will win the Florida GOP Primary on March 15th. “Republicans need to figure out a way and rationale to fully support Trump assuming he does as well in upcoming contests as he did on Super Tuesday,” countered a North Carolina Republican. “The door is swinging shut on the others and will slam shut when he wins on March 15. Trump is winning fair and square unlike dirty tricks Ted Cruz. If the Republican Party tries to support some disingenuous alternative, that will have the same effect as throwing a case of hand grenades in our own GOP tent.”
Jennifer R. Locetta is the Deputy State Director in Sarasota with District Managers Ashley Byers and Alicia Byers, Ken Mayo is the Director of Field Operations Sarasota, John Ross Pughe is joining as the Southeast Regional Field Director, and Craig Bachler will serve as Director of Coalitions. Ashley Byers and Alicia Byers have been working 7 days a week with no time off to direct the highly active ground game coming out of Donald Trump Campaign State HQ 1517 State St Sarasota Fl. Their hard work is apparent as in each and every poll run by the Sarasota Herald Tribune newspaper Donald Trump dominates the GOP field.
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