Donald Trump

Time for Trump to deliver one more surprise

Editors, Washington Examiner

America has rarely been so divided. It falls to Trump to heal those divisions. Few people, even among his supporters, might think of him as right for that emollient role. But he has surprised everyone repeatedly in the past 18 months, and he now needs to do so again.

We The People Demand A Peaceful Transfer Of Power

To ensure the peaceful transfer of power Republicans must do only the most limited continuing resolution necessary to fund the government until President-elect Trump takes office, and if necessary, keep Congress in pro forma session to ensure no eleventh-hour mischief from Obama.

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.

Election Night Report: Donald Trump is keeping it tight in swing states, prepare for an all-night nail biter

The pre-election narrative was practically a coronation for the new queen Crooked Hillary, the only problem being the vote totals aren’t turning out that way.

What Hath Trump Wrought?

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

While a Trump victory would create the possibility of a coalition of conservatives, populists, patriots and nationalists governing America, should he lose, America’s future appears disunited and grim. Win or lose, as Sen. Edward Kennedy said at the Democratic Convention of 1980, “The work goes on, the cause endures.”

One Last Chance for the Sleeping Giant

Timothy Daughtry, Townhall

A Trump loss would not only be devastating for rule of law and national security; it would also leave the base and the Beltway progressives of the GOP staring at each other with little in common but another lost election that should have been a Republican landslide.  Then it’s a matter of time before the topic of divorce comes up.

My Closing Argument for Trump

Laura Ingraham, Lifezette

If Hillary Clinton is defeated, we can reverse the disastrous policies of the last few decades, and take a new approach that will focus on the needs and interests of the American people. That's what this election is all about. That is why you should vote for Donald Trump.

Beyond November 8

William Murchison, The American Spectator

The point is, we’d all likelier be happy if the vote-seekers would just let us alone most of the time: Leave us to find our ways through life’s tangles with the help of family and friends and community. Jefferson’s arguments for small, non-intrusive government have never, it seems to me, seemed more trenchant.

The candidate who never quit

Byron York, Washington Examiner

The bottom line is, over many long months, the political system occasionally lost its collective head over Trump, imagining all sorts of wild scenarios. No matter who wins on election night, that seems unlikely to change.

Conservatives Unite To Send THEM A Message: Vote Trump – Pence Today

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
No one knows what happens when you enter the voting booth to cast your ballot – but we all know what will happen if Hillary Clinton is elected president because a few thousand alleged conservatives in key states did not vote for the Trump – Pence ticket.

Trump’s Closing Argument: Forgotten Americans Find Their Champion

We found in Donald Trump’s closing argument a glimmer of hope for the restoration of our country and the real change we’ve been campaigning for: My message is that things have to change and they have to change right now. Every day I wake up determined to deliver a better life for the people all across this nation that had been ignored, neglected and abandoned.

A Conservative Vote for Donald Trump

Jim Talent, The American Spectator

Trump’s character flaws are legion, but at least he recognizes that something has gone terribly wrong. I believe him when he says that. And whatever else Trump is, he’s a disruptive force at a time when the one thing we cannot do is continue as we are.

The Moral Laziness of the #NeverTrumpers

D.C. McAllister, PJ Media

Moral laziness is not what we need in these final hours. Are you willing to put others before your own reputation, your own fears of how you will be judged in the future? If you haven’t voted yet, I urge you to contemplate that question with the seriousness and sobriety it deserves.

One woman's case for Donald Trump

Donna Rice Hughes, Fox News

We are not only voting for President and VP but we are in effect voting for over 7000 political appointees and individuals who will serve in his administration. I am encouraged that Mr. Trump has chosen a solid group of conservative, principled and talented leaders to serve by his side during his campaign.

Restore Honesty And Integrity In Government, Defeat Hillary Clinton

If Hillary Clinton is elected president, Democrats will continue to be corrupted by the political imperative to protect their president. It’s time to free America, and the Democratic Party, from the culture of Hillary Clinton’s lies and corruption and get honest government back for all Americans.

Why Would Anyone In Michigan Vote For Hillary Clinton?

In a state hard-hit by unemployment caused by globalization importing thousands of unemployable or low-skilled “refugees” makes no sense to voters, who are looking for someone to champion their economic and cultural interests. Hillary Clinton has clearly put herself on the other side of that battle and that is a major reason why Donald Trump is surging in Michigan.

As Polls Tighten, There’s Panic in the Clinton Camp

Michael Barone, National Review

Polls still show Clinton ahead — but by margins similar to the British polls showing Brexit losing and smaller than those in 2015 polls showing Conservatives wouldn’t win a majority in Parliament. Those elections came out the other way. So maybe we’re in my pretend world. If so, a Clinton loss would validate my old rule that nothing is free in politics; there is just some question about when you pay the price.