Trump the GOP Candidate Most Likely to Defeat Clinton

By John Snyder

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Washington , DC –  -(Ammoland.com)- Donald Trump is the Republican presidential candidate most likely to defeat probable Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton next year,” gun dean John M. Snyder said here today.

Snyder explained, “On the number one issue of the day, voters are evenly split between Clinton and Trump ‘as their top choice to address the issue of terrorism following the Paris attacks, a Reuters/Ipsos poll found,’ Reuters reported last Tuesday.”

“Asked to choose from the entire field of 2016 presidential hopefuls, 20 percent of 1,106 respondents surveyed between Nov. 16-17 opted for Trump. An equal share of the electorate picked Clinton,” Reuters stated.

Snyder noted, The polling figures undercut a GOP establishment contention reported by The Wall Street Journal that a Trump nomination would facilitate a Clinton general election victory. That report indicated an establishment GOP ‘guerilla campaign’ backed by ‘secret donors’ planned to eliminate Trump from the campaign.

How stupid can you get? Trump’s easily the best GOP candidate. He’s the one who, if nominated, would have the best chance of taking back the White House from the opposition next year. Republican voters favor him by a wide margin. According to a new Washington Post and ABC News poll reported Sunday by the Post, ‘Trump runs ahead of the large field with 32 percent support among registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents.’

“Let Republican leaders end intraparty fighting,” said Snyder, unite behind GOP rank and file favorite Donald Trump, and concentrate on defeating probable Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in next November’s national elections.

Establishment candidates should get out of the race. The people do not want them. All they can do is screw things up. According to an AP-GfK poll, Republican registered voters say they prefer an outsider candidate to an insider by a 77% to 22% margin.

Snyder said, “Republicans want a big change. They think successful straight-talking New York businessman Trump can reinvigorate United States manufacturing, restore economic dominance and promote domestic job growth.”

GOP leaders should get the message. Let them drop the petty infighting and attack the promoters of gun control, abortion, same-sex marriage, international weakness and military indecisiveness in the Democrat party.

Snyder said, “While some solid conservatives for sincere reasons object to Trump, let them concentrate on the big picture. The New Yorker is the candidate most likely to lead the party to victory over the real political enemy next year.” (not to mention his clear intention to support the Second Amendment.)

 

About John Snyder

A practicing Catholic, Snyder has been named “the dean of Washington gun lobbyists” by the Washington Post and New York Times, “a champion of the right of self-defense” by the Washington Times, the “gun dean” by Human Events, and “the senior rights activist in Washington” by Shotgun News.

He holds AB and MA degrees in government from Georgetown University. He has been an NRA magazine editor and official of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and Second Amendment Foundation. He directs Telum Associates, LL.C, and serves on boards of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, Council for America and American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens.

Contact: John Snyder, [email protected], www.GunRightsPolicies.org

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Bill in Lexington,NC
Bill in Lexington,NC
5 years ago

Now that Trump has secured the delegates, how about the party closing ranks around him the same as they would if Jeb had won?

Once Carson endorsed him, it was a lot easier for me to listen to Trump … Carson’s reasons for endorsing him were sound and, I think, remain sound still.

Graham
Graham
5 years ago

Trump used to be democrat AFAIK, not that it matters. There is something I see in him that makes me feel he isn’t genuine. So lets say Trump isn’t selected, what would happen? Would he will run as an independent – and split the conservative vote? Whatever happens we MUST take back the White House from the socialists/communists – this maybe the last chance, With the number of people dependent on some form of welfare increasing exponentially it will become an even greater challenge in the future. The two candidates I feel would actually make a real difference are Ted… Read more »

Robert
Robert
5 years ago

Well said! If Trump is the Rep’s best choice, then there’d better be some fast scrambling going on behind the scenes. The man’s clearly a dunce when it comes to both domestic and especially international issues. His ego’s so huge that he’s simply basking in the spotlight resulting from his own ignorance. I think if there’s a saving grace to all this, it’s that fortunately Trump and Clinton can’t run on the same side: the White House isn’t big enough for two such self-righteous, megalomaniacal, and egotistical buffoons.

jeyys kidds
jeyys kidds
5 years ago

Fellas, we need someone who is going to lead this crippled country out of the Hell we have been going through! Trump Cruz, make the Doc’ in charge of our medical sector, Rubio secretary of state. Carly attorney general. now is our time to bring the people who can bring us back to reality as our founders envisioned!!

BillyM
BillyM
5 years ago

Trump may be the GOP candidate, but it is still early. Everyone needs to get involved in this process. We do have some good candidates. Not every Washington insider is useless. An understanding of the political system and constitutional law could be the key element when we really need a leader.

TEX
TEX
5 years ago

The Republican candidates need to go after the liberals hard. Quit the infighting and go after the liberal scum. The nomination is Trumps to lose. Attack the liberals with everything you got. I personally prefer Ted Cruz, but at this point I’m for whatever candidate can beat the sh*t out of Hillary Clinton at the polls,and at this point that looks like Trump.

Georges Horacio
Georges Horacio
5 years ago

Yes, same-sex marriage is the issue we should be fighting over. Nevermind that it is legal and practiced by millions of Americans including veterans.

This is why Trump is terrible. He picks trivial issues to talk about, like gay marriage, Benghazi, and his poll numbers. Rubio is the only one who will talk about ground troops vs ISIS. Trump only wants to drop a cruise missile in a camel’s tent, make fun of veterans/POWs, call immigrants terrorists and call it a day. He is Hillary’s and Jeb’s puppet.