Donald Trump victory speech following sweep of the final
7 June Republican primaries.
TRUMP vs HILLARY
Publish Date: 8 June 2016
Revision Date: 10 June 2016
"THE DONALD" CAMPAIGN'S NEXT PHASE
With Donald Trump's sweep of the Republican Party's 7 June 2016 final "Super Tuesday" it is now time to move on to the next phase of his campaign. We are going to be in store for quite a blockbuster of a ride over the next six months.
The victory speech captivated Trump supporters the world over. Mr. Trump provided a hint of what he planned would be his next steps. Trump indicated that on Monday (13 June 2016) or there about, he will commence his direct campaign against Democratic Hillary Clinton. The campaign will begin with exposure of the false propaganda that the Clinton camp has broadcast since day one.
Hillary Clinton has shown to not have much substance regarding foreign policy when it comes to illegal immigration, drug trafficking, Middle Eastern dealings, North African chaos, the European refugee crisis, and tensions in eastern Europe and American/Russian relations (our articles on President Putin highlight issues that seem only to be attended to in passing by the Secretary Of State - we find this incredible and frankly, worrying). Clinton has repeatedly denounced Trump as being inexperienced but cannot provide examples where she has exhibited good, let alone stellar, performance. The violence against Republican voters is not helping either.
In the coming weeks, SPEAROFATHENA believes that Trump will pull away in the polls as the Democratic claims and promises ring more and more hollow to American voters.
Our recent plea to House Speaker Paul Ryan to "get with the program" attracted much attention among Trump supporters. American's country-wide support of the Republican nominee is crystal clear yet the DC establishment squirms. It will be interesting to see how the Republican party reacts to Trump's invitation to Sanders supporters to join in his campaign against the entrenched "rigged system" (refer to his victory speech). the message in the "NEW YORK NEWS AND POLITICS" article is complicated - Ryan simply needs to get on with it. It is not going to be easy for Trump or Ryan, as Ryan clearly has an agenda of his own.
We can go on and on but will save more discussion for next time soon.
Let us know what you think.