How to stop Donald Trump from getting elected president
Donald Trump is now the frontrunner in the 2016 GOP race.
But that doesn’t mean he has the best chance of winning the nomination.
The most recent polling shows him losing to Sen. Ted Cruz, former Gov.
Mike Huckabee, former Secretary of State John Kerry, and Ohio Gov.
But with the Republican Party facing an unprecedented number of contested primaries in a year when no incumbent president has been reelected, it’s important to look beyond the polls and understand how the party operates in practice.
The stakes are too high for this GOP primary to be won by a candidate who is not well-liked, and if the party is to win, the candidate needs to have a clear path to victory, said GOP strategist Brad Wilson.
Trump’s campaign is not operating under the best conditions, said Wilson.
And it’s not just Trump who needs to win the nomination, said veteran Republican strategist and former Bush-Cheney campaign aide Ed Rollins.
It’s the entire party.
Trump has a big lead among Republican voters.
Trump leads with women, Hispanics, and young voters.
He’s also ahead of Cruz among independents and with former Govs.
John Kerry and John McCain.
Trump trails in the South, the West, and most of the Midwest.
Trump is also trailing among older voters, who are often considered the party’s most loyal voters.
The Trump campaign’s problems are not just limited to his campaign.
His behavior and rhetoric have alienated many supporters, and they are unlikely to vote for him if he wins.
They’re also a big reason why Trump has lost his advantage among voters who don’t have college degrees.
That means that Trump has to broaden his appeal among voters without a college degree, and his campaign has not done a good job of that.
For example, Trump is not popular among voters with a college education.
He does poorly among those voters with less than a high school diploma, and he has a negative image with them, according to an April 2016 NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
But if he gets the nomination he needs to appeal to those voters.
That’s why the campaign has spent money to increase his appeal with these voters, said Rollins.
If the Trump campaign is going to win this primary, it needs to show that it can win a general election, Rollins said.
The campaign needs to put forward a message that is appealing to this group of voters, he said.
In an interview with CNN’s Chris Cuomo, Trump said he’s in the race to win because he’s a better person and a better messenger.
That doesn’t necessarily mean that he can win the general election.
But he said he believes that he will win.
That is his core message, he told Cuomo.
That message is that the system is rigged against us and that if we get this done, we will all get our fair share.
And if we don’t, we’re going to lose.
And that’s what he said was the core of his campaign platform.
That, coupled with a strong showing among Hispanic voters, has made Trump the favorite in the Republican primary.
But it’s worth noting that the Republican field is more diverse than the Democratic field.
While Trump has struggled to attract Latinos and women, he is also ahead among blacks and Asians.
He is the only candidate to have an African-American candidate running for president.
Hispanic voters have been critical of Trump for years.
Trump and Cruz have been at loggerheads over their policies, including their immigration policies, in the past.
In February, Cruz criticized Trump’s call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the U.S., saying Trump’s remarks were “racist.”
Cruz also questioned whether Trump’s support for the Keystone XL Pipeline was racist.
“If you want to ban people from a country that is a majority Muslim, why not say that you want them to come in and be citizens?”
Cruz was criticized for suggesting Trump had been racially profiled by the FBI in the aftermath of a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.
Cruz also criticized Trump over his comments on the U