Trump builds his political machine

by Kevin Cirilli | The Hill  |  published on August 2, 2015

Donald Trump is assembling a team of political strategists and campaign staffers charged with sustaining his lead in the Republican presidential polls.

While strategists say Trump still got a ways to go to catch up to his rivals for the White House, he is taking aggressive steps to build a political machine, particularly in the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire.

With his popularity among Republican voters seemingly impervious to controversy — even rival Jeb Bush has called his candidacy a “phenomenon” — the billionaire businessman is in an enviable position heading into the first Republican debate on Thursday in Cleveland.

  • Korean_Vet

    Unfortunately–He’s a ‘Very Rich’ Democrat–who said “His Choice for VP
    would be Oprah”–who “Fell Head Over Heels” To “Endorse Obama in 2008”-!
    He’s also “Given Thousands of Bucks” to the Democrats for 3 Elections”-!
    Don’t you understand–? “Birds of a Feather–Flock Together”-! I’m no idiot-!
    “Ben Carson” had to work to “Get Where He is–He’s a True Conservative” &
    You know that Both–“Obama & Hillary”–Hate Him because He’s Not a
    Washington Politician-! And “I’d Love It–If Carson chose Judge Andrew
    Napolitano as Vice President”-! “That would be a Winning Combination”-!

  • John Mackey

    I’m still wondering what catching up he’s got to do? He’s leading everyone in the polls.

  • HappyHuntress

    Donald Trump for President! He will make America great again!

  • Bob Stewart

    I just love republican strategists who claim Trump still has ground to make up on his rivals Haven’t the dummies noticed that he’s in first place? That’s why republicans have lost the last two presidential races, they’re blind.

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