Tuesday, January 26, 2015 – 01:30 p.m.
The Trump train has left the station and it’s gaining steam.
New polling numbers out Tuesday morning has GOP Front-runner Donald Trump continuing to build momentum in the race for the republican nomination for president.
In Iowa, where caucuses will take place on Monday, Trump is leading in five out of the last six polls. His average lead is now at 5.7-percent over Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz.
Two new national polls by CNN/ORC and ABC/Washington Post have Trump at 41-percent and 37-percent, respectively.
In New Hampshire. Let’s juts say Trump wins in a walk.
Like we’ve been saying. Trump is a phenomenon like nothing we’ve witnessed in modern political dynamics.
At this late stage of the early primary run, it’s unlikely that any of the other candidates will unseat Trump’s climb to the nomination.
Iowa data would seem to be in flux. But it has been trending Trump’s directions since the billionaire started hammering CRuz.