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Donald Trump Just Received A MASSIVE Endorsement – BREAKING NEWS

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With just days before the all-important New York primary, Donald Trump just received the coveted endorsement of the New York Post!

This endorsement comes days after a new poll suggests Trump may sweep all of New York’s delegates on Tuesday!

From The New York Post:

Donald Trump is a rookie candidate — a potential superstar of vast promise, but making rookie mistakes. The nominee Republicans need for the fall campaign is often hard to make out amid his improvisations and too-harsh replies to his critics.

New Yorkers vote Tuesday. What to do?

Here’s how we see it.

Should he win the nomination, we expect Trump to pivot — not just on the issues, but in his manner. The post-pivot Trump needs to be more presidential: better informed on policy, more self-disciplined and less thin-skinned.

Yet the promise is clearly there in the rookie who is, after all, leading the field as the finals near.

Trump has electrified the public, drawing millions of new voters to the polls and inspiring people who’d given up on ever again having a candidate who’d fight for them.

That’s the work of the Donald Trump we know — a New Yorker, born and bred.

A plain-talking entrepreneur with outer-borough, common-sense sensibilities.

Trump is a do-er. As a businessman, he’s created jobs for thousands. And he’s proven how a private-sector, can-do approach can rip through government red tape and get things done.

These last 10 months, he’s ripped through a different morass — the nation’s stale, insider-driven politics.

And he’s done it by appealing to the public’s anger at a government that’s eternally gridlocked when it comes to serving the people — but always able to deliver for the connected.

He’s slammed the system for being rigged — and he’s right.

To those fed up with the rule of lobbyists and an insular political class, to those who’ve seen their government ignore their needs — seen it continually degrade the quality not just of their economic lives, but of their place in society — Trump offers hope.

But what else to expect from someone who’s never been a professional politician and reflects common-man passions?

Indeed, his political incorrectness is one of his great attractions — it proves he’s not one of “them.” He’s challenging the victim culture that has turned into a victimizing culture.

In the general election, we’d expect Trump to stay true to his voters — while reaching out to those he hasn’t won yet.

Trump is now an imperfect messenger carrying a vital message. But he reflects the best of “New York values” — and offers the best hope for all Americans who rightly feel betrayed by the political class.

He has the potential — the skills, the know-how, the values — to live up to his campaign slogan: to make America great again.

For those reasons, The Post today endorses Donald Trump in the GOP primary.

Do you think The New York Post’s endorsement of Trump will push him over the edge on Tuesday? Share your thoughts below!

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4 Comments

  1. Jo Anne says:

    My family and I are voting for Mr. Trump but we believe that too many of the establishment Republicans and Democrats alike are throwing every kind of block in the way of his election. As both parties helped get Barack Obama elected, yes, Republicans helped put him in and they have failed to stop him since day one from achieving his liberal ideals, both parties are striving to stop Donald Trump and disregarding the American voters wish’s. We will continue to Stand with Donald J. Trump all the way because he is the only person that has worked for the people of America and not just for his own gratification or for the power and money of that position like the rest have done. Donald Trump wants to win this war against ISIS and to stop what devilment has been being done by past Presidencies and those that would do more devilment now if given opportunity.

  2. Marty says:

    Im will vote for Donald Trump for all of the reasons stated in your artical. BUT, I have a very strong view that it doesn’t matter how we the people vote; The electoral people will just change it if they don’t like how the majority votes. as it stands right now, we don’t even have to have an election, the majority of the people want Trump for president. Look at how far ahead of everyone else he is in the poles. It isn’ about “We the people” anymore. It’s about who can bring in the most money from favors. It will never change…….

  3. Americans who are not outraged by the condition of the country, are simply not paying attention.

    Americans who are paying attention know the disastrous record of the Obama administration – 50 million working age Americans dropping out of the labor force unable to find work, their hopes and dreams shattered, poverty up, food stamps up, people claiming disability to survive up, the national debt incurred by FORTY THREE previous presidents DOUBLED, illegal aliens streaming across the southern border, illegal sanctuary cities, amnesty for millions of illegal aliens, Iraq abandoned allowing ISIS to form and grow, a disastrous nuclear deal with our worst enemy, Iran that sets up a nuclear conflict down the road.

    The question Americans must ask themselves this year is this. Do you really think that continuing Obama’s disastrous policies by electing Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders is going to improve things, or will those continue the US on the slippery slope towards the fate of the USSR, via Greece.

    Remember the USSR? It was our adversary during the long Cold War. They were a superpower, but they used Obamaniomics, and eventually collapsed. Try even finding them on the map today. Gone, split up into several countries.

    If we don’t wake up and turn around that could happen to us, not next year, but eventually.

  4. Patrick says:

    I believe New York is an excellent representation of the culture and ideals of America. The NY primary is the beginning of the end for Ted Cruz and the launching point to Trump’s nomination.
    Trump 2016!

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