IT’S OVER. DONALD TRUMP IS THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEE.
He just added Nevada to the growing list of caucus primary wins, and while he needs more delegates to clinch it, who the heck can stop him now?
He is leading in national polls and in many state polls; he’s succeeded in upending rivals such as Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson; and there’s no one in sight who can stop him. The only question is when will the GOP embrace him? The answer: no time soon.
The establishment doesn’t like him because it can’t control him. Yet he’s the only conservative candidate who stands a chance against Hillary Clinton. The polls may reflect Marco Rubio doing well as a conservative uniter, but no one will hammer Clinton’s biggest weakness better than Trump, and that’s Clinton fatigue.
Do you agree (THIS TIME ONLY) with CNN?