Donald Trump is an American politician, author, TV personality, investor and business magnate. He is the son of Fred Trump, a real estate mogul. Mr. Trump is graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most elite business universities in the country. He has been talking about becoming a president for the past 20 years. Donald Trump polls are on the rise but is he electable?
Republican strategists are wary of some comments expressed by Mr. Trump on immigration and against other GOP candidates. They have concerns about his presence alongside other GOP candidates with more possibilities of winning a presidential nomination in the party or leave voters thinking of the Republican Party as a racially insensitive or crass one. Mr. Trump refereed to Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals while questioning the intelligence of Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and other GOP candidates. GOP strategists say that the real estate magnate does not have possibilities of winning the GOP nomination or governing or leading the party.
Donald Trump might have serious problems inside the Republic Party in terms of discipline as he does not work on any real set of rules governing the field of politics, according to Tom Rath, a state strategist. Mr. Trump will not do what party leaders want him to do, he will do what he wants to do anyway. Some people in the party wants him out of candidate debates and forums. They think that his involvement in any TV debate might damage the GOP’s image. In fact, the business mogul might have some possibilities with the base of the Republic Party, as some of them yearn for honesty and leadership.
A Political Outsider But Could That Be Good Thing?
Mr. Trump has filled out the forms required to officially launch his campaign. In fact, a Mr. Trump’s spokesman said he filled out the forms within the required 14-day window. Mr. Trump has a discourse full of anti-establishment and anti-Washington phrases. There is also a slice of the GOP that favors a candidate without political experience. Mr. Trump has been building a serious political organization that is larger than or rivals other candidates’ organizations. Since Donald Trump can fund his own campaign, he might have an advantage over other candidates. He will not be a puppet of anyone financing his campaign, according to some people.
Mr. Trump is also widely disliked in the United States with 7 of 10 voters holding an unfavorable view of him including 53% of Republicans, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. Though, he might participate in the network debates later if this national numbers increase. The newspaper’s poll suggests Trump can gather little support from potential primary voters in the GOP.
Mr. Trump has low favorability numbers, according to a national poll published by the Washington Post and ABC. In fact, Mr. Trump has the lowest favorability numbers of any candidate. Only 16% of the voters – not restricted to likely GOP primary voters or Republican voters – said they would vote for Trump, and an outstanding 71% said they viewed the real estate mogul unfavorably.
Phoenix is the Co-Founder of DontComply.com, ComeAndTakeItAmerica.com, and host of the Don't Comply Radio Show.
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