Latest GOP Establishment Spin: “If Trump Wins New Hampshire He Loses…”

He came in a relatively close second to GOP rival Ted Cruz in Iowa, a state many thought he should never have bothered with in the first place given Iowa’s evangelical base and odd, low turnout caucus-styled format, and the GOP Establishment quickly declared Donald Trump a loser.

Now Mr. Trump is on the verge of a double-digit victory in New Hampshire, a far more important marker of a Republican presidential candidate’s potential to win a national election, and the same GOP Establishment is once again declaring Donald Trump…a loser.

ABOVE: No, Mr. Trump, according to the Republican Establishment, you win you lose…


For those of you who have been paying attention to national politics for some time you will likely recall the name John Sununu. Mr. Sununu, a former George H.W. Bush White House Chief of Staff and before that, New Hampshire governor, is the epitome of establishment politics and remains one of the most influential New Hampshire power brokers.

He was one of the primary reasons the Republican Party chose Mitt Romney as its nominee in 2012, and John McCain in 2008. (In 2008 it was New Hampshire that the “McCain the Campaign” effort was by then fully underway.)

Now in 2016, Sununu is appalled at Republican voters who have turned their backs on his chosen candidate, Jeb Bush, in favor of New York billionaire and political upstart, Donald Trump.

Here is video from this morning that has John Sununu attempting to explain how if Donald Trump wins New Hampshire by double digits, he actually loses. One must then assume that Mr. Sununu would also state that if Donald Trump won the presidential election by say, 10%, with about 12 million more votes than his Democrat rival, that Trump would actually have lost that election as well?

The Establishment is pulling its hair out over Trump’s campaign successes and is quite literally losing its sanity over it. This  video is a depiction of delusion piled atop yet more delusion and how sad to see Fox News so eager to promote it:



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Kasich Forms 527 Group As Ohio Governor Continues Eyeing White House Run

Last week D.C. Whispers reported Ohio Governor John Kasich was giving serious consideration to a 2016 presidential campaign. That report can be found  HERE .

Today the Washington Post has indicated the Kasich team is further solidifying its 2016 hopes with a 527 campaign group titled, New Day in America in New Hampshire, headed by former New Hampshire governor, John Sununu. Sununu remains a highly influential figure within that state’s political power structure.

Kasich visited New Hampshire last week along with several other would-be GOP presidential nominees and is said to have received high marks from state political power brokers who listened to him speak.


It appears the Ohio governor might be forming a strategy of bypassing the Iowa caucuses and initiating his campaign in the first true primary election state of New Hampshire.


There is some likely disappointment within the Kasich camp today though as it is being reported the Koch Brothers have indicated their support of rival governor Scott Walker’s bid to be President of the United States. D.C. Whispers reported last week the Kasich team was working hard to earn the Koch Brothers support:

Ohio Governor John Kasich Reaching Out To GOP Mega Donors?



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