DONALD TRUMP TAKES MOMENTUM TO AMERICAN PRESIDENCY

February 11, 2016


By Bernard Bujold (LeStudio1) – 
Donald Trump won by “knock out” the Republican presidential primary in New Hampshire Tuesday, February 9, 2016 posting its first win of the 2016 campaign and leaving the other candidates for the Republican leadership completely losing momentum.  
The billionaire businessman has received 34% of the vote, more than double its nearest competitor, enabling it to regain the momentum of victory to a possible US presidency in November. Trump had obtained a second place in the Iowa caucuses, which many saw as a defeat. 
Donald Trump has totally dominated the Republican presidential hopefuls in popular surveys since the summer of 2015 through the strength of its unique style and its ability to position itself in the media. 
Personally, I support Donald Trump which I know since the 1980s when I was a follower of the theories presented by Trump in his various books, including THE ART OF THE DEAL. Although I am not a devout practicing Catholic, I wanted to put the odds on the side of my candidate and I recently lit a candle (a large one at $ 5) during a visit to the Queen Mary Cathedral in Montreal. I also had my Trump cap blessed and because of this, in a sense, we can say that this is now a “holy cap”… 
The race for the Republican leadership will officially be decided at the Convention of next July 18, and then lead to the presidential campaign and the election of November 8, 2016. 
To be continued…
Photo 1: Donald Trump;
Photo 2: Candidates for the US presidency;
Photo 3: Cover The Economist magazine;
Photos 4, 6: Bernard Bujold;
Photo 5: Donald Trump cap Blessing;
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