Trump in front as panic sets in among party establishment

After months of dismissing Donald Trump’s campaign as a bad joke, Republican Party leaders have realised that American voters might be deadly serious about electing the television entertainer to the White House.

Mr Trump is still leading the pack with 35 per cent of support from Republican voters, the same lead he held before his comments on Monday that Muslims should be banned from the US.

On Saturday Saudi billionaire Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal demanded that Mr Trump withdraw from the presidential race for his ban comments, calling the Republican a disgrace “to all America”. Mr Trump replied that the Saudi prince was “dopey”.

  • One more Islamic terror attack in the US and Trumps numbers will grow dramatically.

    Get use to him. The US jihad won’t stop any time soon.

  • ntt1

    Trump has the ability to hit all the hot buttons that average voters are fed up about yet the ruling elites pooh pooh and gloss over,.or outright lie about like immigration and ,in this case the deep penetration of western affairs by effete goat abusers blessed with oil money

  • Brett_McS

    And they probably are panicking more about him winning the Presidency

    • simus1

      When rent seekers get restless about what their kickbacks are supposedly buying, , vote whores panic big time.

  • WalterBannon

    The Republican establishment are on crack if they think that any of their candidates such as Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio might win one of the primaries. It will be trump all the way and the establishment will find themselves kicked out of their leadership of the party after the primaries.

    • Clausewitz

      I see it as Trump and Cruz neck and neck. No surprise that they both are hated by the RINO’s and the establishment.