The Republican Tea Party (GOTP) presumptive candidate, Donald Trump, visited Scotland this week to announce the opening of his latest golf course there, all during the UK referendum on leaving the EU. When he arrived he tweeted
There’s only one small problem, Scotland overwhelmingly voted to remain in the EU. Trump proved once again why he is not ready for primetime.
On the Democratic side, it’s still all over – even though Bernie Sanders continues to refuse to throw the towel in. At least this week he finally said it didn’t look like he’d be the nominee, and he said he’s probably vote for Hillary over Trump. Bernie’s going from being a presence to being an embarrassment.
Nationally, the polling numbers are turning from light to dark for Trump very quickly – Hillary leads him nationally in some polls by double digits, and is leading him in, of all places, Kansas.
Rasmussen Poll 20-21 June – Clinton 44/Trump 39
Reuters/Ipsos Poll 18-22 June – Clinton 44/Trump 34
CNN/ORC Poll 16-19 June – Clinton 47/Trump 42
Monmouth Poll 15-19 June – Clinton 49/Trump 41
According to recent polling data available, if the election were today, Hillary Clinton would be the 45th President of the United States, and Trump, Johnson, and Stein would all be footnotes in the history books.