Donald Trump for President

Catholic surprise: another way Trump is remaking the GOP

F.H. Buckley, The New York Post

Catholics, on the other hand, were plus-2 for Obama in 2012 and plus-7 for Trump this year. Evangelicals helped Trump in states he was mostly going to win anyway. Catholics? Now we’re talking about Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. And that was the election.

NeverTrumpers Redeemable or Irrelevant?

It appears to us the #NeverTrump cabal had two kinds of members; those who honestly could not bring themselves to support Donald Trump because of his past personal conduct, and those who are actually closer to Hillary Clinton ideologically and opposed Donald Trump because they support amnesty for illegal aliens, open borders, Big Government, a no-win foreign policy or are wilfully blind to the Islamist threat. 

Please tell us what you think: Who among the #NeverTrumpers are Redeemable and who are now Irrelevent?

Choices

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Midnight Update Trump at 272 Electoral Votes Media Dumbfounded

Our Midnight analysis of the Electoral College vote shows Trump the winner with a minimum of 272 Electoral College votes. However, the establishment media refuses to acknowledge the apparent Trump victory.

A Conservative Woman’s Defense of the Brave Men Who Support Trump

D. C. McAllister, PJ Media

As a conservative woman, wouldn’t I vote for the person who wants a Supreme Court that abides by the Constitution rather than supporting the person who wants to use the legal system to rob me of my rights?

Conservative Leaders React to Presidential Debate, Excoriate Moderators

NewsBusters Staff

Donald Trump took the debate to what matters – the economy, national security, radical Islam, Supreme Court appointments, and Clinton corruption. He defeated Hillary, the moderators, and the wimps in the GOP.

The Truth About Donald Trump’s Remarks to the Retired American Warriors PAC

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending Donald Trump’s appearance before the Retired American Warriors PAC. Trump appeared before a friendly crowd of about 125 leading veterans and was warmly received. Much as the establishment media would like to make Trump’s remarks to that distinguished assembly of veterans and retired military leaders out to be some sort of a “gaffe” the reality was entirely different.

Ronald Trump versus Hillary Mondale?

Barry Casselman, The American Thinker

Donald Trump has been speaking the language of working America in the 2016 campaign and their concerns he has tried to address – and that is why, in my opinion, the so-called educated and cultured class, even those who are traditionally Republican and conservative, have failed to understand his success in the 2016 nomination campaign.  They are tone-deaf to the language of those who speak the "other" American English.

The idiocy of calling Donald Trump a ‘bully’

Eddie Scary, The New York Post

Anyone who hadn’t seen the debate but read the media’s coverage of it would be forgiven for assuming Trump had given Clinton a wedgie and broken her glasses on live TV. Trump sometimes interrupted Clinton, made facial expressions when she talked and ridiculed her as a “typical politician: all talk, no action.” 

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question Three

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think by taking our three question poll: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

Donald J. Trump
95% (54 votes)
Hillary Rodham Clinton
4% (2 votes)
Gary Johnson
2% (1 vote)
Jill Stein
0% (0 votes)
Total voters: 57

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question Two

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think by taking our three question poll: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

Conservative
68% (39 votes)
Republican
25% (14 votes)
Independent
11% (6 votes)
Liberal
0% (0 votes)
Democrat
0% (0 votes)
Total voters: 57

CHQ 2016 Presidential Election Poll: Question One

The 2016 Presidential Election is fast approaching. Polls show the race for the White House tightening. We'd like to know if CHQ readers plan to vote, where you put yourself on the political spectrum and who you plan to vote for: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton or a third party candidate?

Please tell us what you think: The 2016 Election is the most important election of our lifetimes!

I will definitely vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
97% (120 votes)
I will definitely not vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
2% (2 votes)
I am unsure whether of not I will vote in the 2016 Presidential Election.
1% (1 vote)
Total voters: 124

Not Voting for Trump Is Republican Suicide

Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

NeverTrumpers claim that the latest insincerely packaged Trump is less conservative than the latest incarnation of an insincere Clinton on matters of border enforcement, military spending, tax and regulation reform, abortion, school choice, and cabinet and Supreme Court appointments. That is simply not a sustainable proposition.

The fight isn’t going Clinton’s way

Niall Ferguson, The Boston Globe

The latest LA Times poll has Trump ahead by six points. Even the closely watched New York Times/CBS News poll of likely voters has the race tied, and Trump is now clearly ahead in the two most important battleground states, Ohio and Florida.

How To Put The Final Nails In Hillary’s Electoral Coffin

Attacking Hillary Clinton on her multitudinous scandals has gotten Donald Trump's campaign even with her, but to put the final nails in Clinton’s electoral coffin Trump must also challenge and campaign against her policies; attacking her on scandals alone plays to what may be her strongest point – the ability to weather a crisis – and may not close the deal with independent voters and reluctant Republicans.

The gap between Trump’s America and Clinton’s is getting worse

Danny Vinik, Politico

If Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton sometimes seem like they’re talking about two different Americas, there’s a reason: Their voting bases pretty much live in two different Americas. Clinton voters are concentrated in cities, in the nation’s denser and more diverse areas; Trump voters dominate rural areas and America’s wide-open landscapes.

Donald Trump Eulogizes Phyllis Schlafly Whose Book "A Choice Not An Echo" Inspired His Movement

Conservatives who remain skeptical of the Trump candidacy might find that the bookends of Phyllis Schlafly’s long career, A Choice Not An Echo and The Conservative Case for Trump, not only wholly justify conservative support for Trump, but also explain why Donald Trump was there to eulogize Mrs. Schlafly and keep faith with the lady who inspired his movement.

As debates near, forum shows potential Trump advantage

Byron York, The Washington Examiner

NBC's "Commander in Chief Forum," held Wednesday night aboard the USS Intrepid in New York, was the closest thing to a debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton until the real thing on Sept. 26. And it showed an advantage Trump might have when the two meet face-to-face: she has a record in government to defend, while he doesn't. 

My Money Is on a Trump Victory

Heather R. Higgins, National Review

I was on CNN five weeks prior to the '94 election and produced outright guffaws and rolled eyes from everyone when I said that the GOP would win not only the Senate but also the House. The signs were all there, but because the idea seemed so preposterous, many analysts couldn’t see them. Trump is an extension of that zeitgeist for many — a long-awaited reclaiming of control of their lives, their country, their self-identity.

Trump to Clinton Alt-Right Attacks: 'Shame on you'

Eliza Collins, USA TODAY

"What does she do when she can’t defend her record?" Trump asked the crowd during a rally in Manchester, N.H. on Thursday afternoon. "She lies, and she smears, and she paints decent Americans — you — as racists.""It’s the oldest play in the Democratic playbook," he added.

How Global Elites Forsake Their Countrymen

Peggy Noonan, The Wall Street Journal

 It is odd that our elites have abandoned or are abandoning the idea that they belong to a country, that they have ties that bring responsibilities, that they should feel loyalty to their people or, at the very least, a grounded respect. However, the elites now do not often identify with, or see a connection to or an obligation toward, the rough, struggling people who live at the bottom in their countries. In fact, they fear them, and often devise ways, when home, of not having their wealth and worldly success fully noticed.