My latest update from the campaign trail.
TRUMP: “Someone in the car looked over and said, ‘Gee, look at that, it’s a mugging,’ Trump said. ‘I said to my driver to stop the car because it was brutal-looking’.
“Witnesses told the Daily News that Trump got out of his black stretch limousine on Monday during the assault in Manhattan. Marla Maples, who was married to Trump in the ’90s, was seen grabbing his arm.
“The guy with the bat looked at me, and I said, ‘Look, you’ve gotta stop this. Put down the bat,’ Trump said. ‘I guess he recognized me because he said, ‘Mr. Trump, I didn’t do anything wrong.’ I said, ‘How could you not do anything wrong when you’re whacking a guy with a bat?’ Then he ran away.’”
TRUMP: [4:14] – While Democrats were wasting $3 million taxpayer dollar on the impeachment hearings, 600,000 new donors signed up with the Republican National Committee. And, on the day of the vote and the two days following, the Trump campaign took in $15 million in donations.
VIRGINIA: Trump lost the state in 2016 – A recent head-to-head poll shows him ahead of Sanders, tied with Warren, and 3 points behind Biden.
Virginia Democrats may end up driving even liberal voters into Trump’s camp. I’ve reported on the citizens’ resistance to the huge gun ban/confiscation they’re planning.
Now the whacko Dems say they want to impose state-wide zoning bans on single-family homes, because they’re “racist” and “bad for the environment.”
Suburban areas … you know, those places people moved to get OUT of the cities … would be impacted the most.
Oregon passed a similar bill, following moves by cities such as Seattle, Minneapolis, and Austin, Texas.
BIDEN: Slow Joe may still be the front runner, but he’s not inspiring much enthusiasm among his supporters.
There were only 98 people at a recent rally in Iowa. And give how small that room is, I’d say they knew they weren’t going to attract a crowd.
YANG: [2:42] – Andrew Yang has slightly overtaken Pete Buttigieg following the December Democratic debate. He’s now in fourth place with a net favorability score of 34 percent, just ahead of Pete Buttigieg who has 33 percent. Prior to the debate, Buttigieg was three points ahead of Yang.