Tuesday, 06 December 2016
The Billionaire Businessman gains supporters in Nevada. The Billionaire Businessman gains supporters in Nevada. © AKatz / Shutterstock

Trump Storms ahead in Nevada as crowds of supporters turn out

DONALD TRUMP´s presidential dreams are looking less of a fantasy as he takes giant steps towards the gates of the White House. 

The billionaire secured a strong victory in the state of Nevada as disillusioned voters backed the businessman. 

Currently the tycoon has seen his third straight win in the contest for the Republican nomination for president.

March 2 will see Trump roll into the important Super Tuesday vote in 11 states with rivals starting to panic over his unexpected popularity.  

Trump told followers: "If you had listened to the pundits we weren't going to win too much but now we are winning, winning, winning and the country will soon be winning, winning, winning."

Trump also once stated that he "loves the poorly educated," this could be down to the fact that he has seen many victories in deprived communities as well as amongst evangelical Christians, Latinos and well-educated republicans. 

Although allegations of voting irregularities, shortages of ballot papers and officials wearing Trump campaign t-shirts were rife, nonetheless Trump supporters were out in their masses in places like Las Vegas. 

Supporter Cassius Green added: "This country is in a predicament now because of politicians. He's a businessman and business needs to be taken care of in Washington DC."

Rivals Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are finding it increasingly difficult to combat Trump´s crusade. 

Texas will see a televised debate on Thursday for all the Republican candidates in efforts to entice voters before Super Tuesday.

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  • Mike in ESP

    Strange times, who would ever have thought someone as outspoken as DT would be such a hit, I think really shows how people are waking up and getting fed up with modern politics and the politicians.<br /><br />I don't know if he will ever be president, I doubt it but I would be really interested in seeing what happens in the USA if he did become president one day, would he do harm or would he do or be able to do what he says he will and then if he did would it work for them, would congress actually allow him to do what he wants to do! Certainly would be interesting to see ;-)

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