Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Trump Ain't Gonna Make It

Hewitt knows from the 'ground game,' having been in several of them.

...Hewitt said he went state-by-state and gave Trump very generous amounts of delegates in his projection, including 51 of 59 of Indiana’s slate. Trump needs 392 delegates to clinch the nomination. Hewitt said Trump probably wouldn’t get any delegates in Nebraska, South Dakota, or Montana, which means in 14 out of the 15 contests left, the billionaire would only get 273–and it’s doubtful he will do well in California, in which he would need to win 119 of the 172 delegates in that contest. He added that it’s doubtful that Trump would get any more than 100 by the time Cruz, Trump, and Kasich duke it out in The Golden State, unless a “political asteroid” occurs....

Trump promised to disappear from public life if he doesn't get the nomination on the first ballot.  That's probably as good as his 'promises to pay' preceding his four bankruptcies...but it's enough to give us hope, anyway.

That will leave Coulter, Hannity, and Limbaugh exactly where they should be:  in bed, alone, when the one-night-stand specialist takes a powder.

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