Wednesday, November 09, 2016


Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by 13,225 votes in Michigan in his path to the presidency, unofficial Secretary of State office results show. Trump captured the presidency in a dramatic photo finish to an unpredictable and wild presidential election, using his anti-establishment movement to break through Clinton’s last line of defense in the industrial Upper Midwest. "America will no longer settle for anything less than the best," Trump said in a victory speech just before 3 a.m. "We must reclaim our country's destiny." Michigan proved to be one of Trump's crucial final states after the New York businessman won critical swing states of Florida, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Iowa and Ohio.


Chris in NC said...

Michigan and Pennsylvania. Are you kidding me? Wasn't Reagan the last to take those 2? I think Bush Sr won one of them. Once he put Kellyanne Fitzpatrick in charge, his campaign went on message and stayed there. The ground game and (more importantly) social media game jumped into high gear. His online communications allowed him to let his people know of stops and rallies and the works. He also outworked hillary. God grant me the strength and stamina to do 5 rallies a day in 5 different states for days on end. When he came out at 3:00am and spoke, everyone looked exhausted except him. Friggin Amazing... I never thought the parasites, leaches and stupid people could be outvoted Just wow

toadold said...

It's going to get interesting if Trump gets a new Attorney General, a new head of The Secret Service, a new FBI Director, and a new head of the IRS and turns then loose on voter fraud.

Steve in Greensboro said...

Amen, toadold. Vote fraud probably accounted for at least 2% or more of the Dem vote count. Besides closing the border and deporting the illegals, somewhere on Trump’s to do list is to require a clean-up of the voter rolls and require ID to vote.

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