Hiller Instinct: Donald Trump can win the biggest prize: The White House

Sometimes something can be right in front of me, and I don’t see it.

But I’m not blind.

So, now I’m thinking something i didn’t think before:

President Trump.

President Donald J. Trump….

"If you listen to the pundits we weren’t expected to win too much and now we’re winning, winning, winning the country." said Trump last night.

That’s true.

Trump also said last night :"We won with young, we won with old, we won with highly educated, we won with poorly educated.  I love the poorly educated."

And that’s true, too.

Donald Trump is on such a roll, he’s rolling over Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, who sound a little more desperate to top trump every day:

In Michigan last night, Sen. Marco Rubio (R Florida) said, "We can’t just elect someone that’s angry, we have to elect someone who will make a difference and someone that will win."

Sorry, Marco, but right now republicans voters are saying that someone is Donald Trump.

So let’s look ahead.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told a CNN forum  "Why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else…" when asked about release speech transcripts

Once again, Hillary Clinton looks like the inevitable democratic nominee unless she gets indicted over her use of a private computer. 

Right now, in a Clinton/Trump matchup, she leads 45 to 43 per cent, a slight two point advantage.  

Does anyone doubt he might make that up in a general election campaign?

But for now, with Super Tuesday less than a week away, all trump is talking about is wrapping up the gop nomination :

"It’s going to be amazing two months.  We might not even need the two months, folks, to be honest."

More honesty:  To anyone who looks at The Donald and can’t imagine him in the Oval Office, here’s a dose of reality.

He embodies anger, mistrust of government, and disgust with the status quo.

So, right now, Donald Trump represents America.

I’m Andy Hiller and that’s my instinct

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