Donald Trump’s supporters are the best — at least, that’s the way he’s been telling it at recent rallies.
Tuesday evening in chilly New Hampshire, Trump was late to the stage but quick to tell his supporters just how good he knows they are and how his supportive base can take states that other Republicans couldn’t even dream of winning. My people are the most intelligent people, he said. And you know what else? They’re the most loyal of the people.
An NBC News/Survey Monkey poll in fact, suggests that Trump supporters, once decided, are likely to stay with him. Fifty-one percent of respondents said they were absolutely certain that they will vote for Trump. Supporters on the trail often say there’s nothing he could say that would make them turn against Trump or change their minds.
And he knows it. Did you see? One of the things that came out in the one poll, nobody’s ever leaving me, he explained to the crowd that braved the New Hampshire winter night to come see him. I could be the worst person in the world, they’re not leaving. Even if Trump did some really inappropriate things, my people stay. I love you people. I love you.
Trump continued his assessment of those who plan to vote for him on February 9th in the New Hampshire primary: I’m winning with the smart people, I’m winning with the not-so-smart people, too. I’m winning with everything.
While most polls don’t ask voters their IQs, we do know that Trump is winning among those voters that don’t have a college degree. The business mogul frequently touts his Ivy League education and the fact that he attended University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
Prior to the event Trump issued a broadside against rival Ted Cruz questioning the Texas senator’s citizenship, but on the stump Trump didn’t utter Cruz’s name. Instead, he merely invoked him when talking about others in the Republican field that were co-opting Trump’s ideas on illegal immigration and border security.
Every time somebody says ‘We want a wall,’ remember whose idea that was please. Cause you know when this person said the other day, and again I’m not gonna mention the name of the person, but when this person said three, four days ago ‘the wall,’ I said shouldn’t he give me some credit? They don’t give – politicians do not give credit.
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