Donald Trump: Presumptive GOP presidential nominee

Trump is promising to make America "great again"
Trump is promising to make America “great again”

Donald Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee following a decisive victory in the Indiana primary and the decision by Ted Cruz to drop out of the race.

Though Trump has not formally secured the 1,237 delegates he needs to win the nomination — and likely won’t until June — there is no serious opposition left to block his path.

His victory amounts to a stunning takeover of the Republican Party by a candidate with no political experience. Along the way, he eviscerated the GOP’s most accomplished presidential field in a generation and captured the Zeitgeist of a party in which grass roots voters harbor deep ill will toward establishment elites.

“It is a beautiful thing to watch, and a beautiful thing to behold,” Trump said during a victory speech. “We are going to make America great again.”


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  1. The only comforting thing I can say about Donald Trump winning the US presidency is it is doubtful if America could do any worse than they have at this time.

    1) Trump has taken a strong stand on several issues I agreed with. Then when he realized the people were not with him he fishtailed, and watered it down by saying something like “What I actually mean to say was …”

    2) He himself lacks the moral high ground to be able to stand against evil, and lead his people on a righteous path. He has boasted about being a serial fornicator although these were not his exact words. He is hardly a man who could be an example to the nation of what God intended marriage to be.

    3) He has been accused of outright lying about his opponent and his opponent’s father and using an unproven accusation from an outdated rag (scandal) newspaper.

    Christians should pray that the right person will become the next president of America.

    Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill. Evangelist.

  2. d-a born
    May 4, 2016

    Guess I’m voting for Hillary :/

    May 4, 2016

    the anti Christ has arrived

    • When I look at the way the way the last two federal elections turned out in the U.S.A. and Canada and see the men they put in power I have no problem believing the world will accept the anti Christ when he comes.

      Satan will bring HIS man to power. He will be amoral and assume the role of an absolute dictator, demanding that people revere him as God. In a short time he will turn against Israel and bring the armies of the earth together against that tiny nation God Almighty says is the apple of His eye.

      The incredible thing is people will accept him. They will not care how he lives or the sins he approves of. Their only care will be what he promises to do for them.

      Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill. Evangelist.

      • Barbara Saunders
        May 5, 2016

        It seems that all you have to do nowadays to pull crowds of people to get you into office is “run your mouth” and the fouler the mouth the better with all kinds of hare-brained schemes that not many people go behind to see whether they are practical or not.

        Trump has basically appealed to the worst instincts in human America – anger, prejudice, malice, bad-mouthedness (if there is such a word) resentment; a cantankerous spirit, the works! The Republicans sat there and allowed him to gain momentum and realised too late that he couldn’t be stopped.

        The man is unable to answer one serious question about his policies with any level of coherence except that he will make America great again. The how’s, why’s, because’s are basically not in his vocabulary. He has proceeded to curse and antagonise almost every other world leader but he wants to be President. I guess he will create his own world in which to operate and his own establishment in America. What a clown!

  4. cameron
    May 4, 2016

    The beating Hillary will give this orange fool will turn him purple. :twisted:

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