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So what’s your dump-Trump strategy now, Republicans?

ipolitics.ca — Even though everyone has expected for weeks that Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary, the scale of that victory should unsettle both his rivals and the pundits. Trump won big. He swept nearly every demographic category. He won young and old, men and women, independents and Republicans, first-time voters and returning ones, moderates and people who call themselves "very conservative."

After N.H., rethinking the Trump phenomenon

startribune.com — Even though everyone has expected for weeks that Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary, the scale of that win should unsettle both his rivals and the pundits. Trump won big: He swept nearly every demographic category. He won young and old, men and women, independents and Republicans, first-time voters and returning ones, moderates and people who call themselves "very conservative."

Ponnuru: What's the anti-Trump strategy now?

denverpost.com — Posted: 02/10/2016 05:00:00 PM MST Even though everyone has expected for weeks that Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary, the scale of that victory should unsettle both his rivals and the pundits. Trump won big: At this writing it looks as though he will have gotten more votes than the next two candidates combined.

Governors Who Dropped Out "Earned It"

Ponnuru: Republicans have no anti-Trump strategy now

sltrib.com — The non-Trump candidates are paying more attention to one another than to Trump - jockeying for the right to be the anti- Trump candidate in the race; and that too looks as if it will continue for a while. Advantage Trump, again.

What's the anti-Donald Trump strategy now?

chicagotribune.com — Even though everyone has expected for weeks that Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary, the scale of that victory should unsettle both his rivals and the pundits. Trump won big: At this writing, he has received more votes than the next two candidates - John Kasich and Ted Cruz - combined.

Kasich, Rubio, and Bush Fight in South Carolina

nationalreview.com — I don't think the lane theory is quite as bankrupt as Stevens suggests. There is an important sense in which Kasich, Bush, and Rubio will be competing with one another in South Carolina. The two of them who place lowest will be in very bad shape, however Cruz and Trump perform.

The Establishment's Trump Fantasy

nationalreview.com — Fred Barnes writes: "The message to Republican leaders from New Hampshire is this: you'd better start figuring out how to help Donald Trump win the general election because he's probably going to be your presidential nominee." This strikes me as premature and fatalistic. The field still has plenty of winnowing left to go through.

About Trump's Great Night

nationalreview.com — Trump won big: At this writing it looks as though he will have gotten more votes than the next two candidates combined. He also swept nearly every demographic category. He won young and old, men and women, independents and Republicans, first-time voters and returning ones, moderates and people who call themselves "very conservative."

What's the Anti-Trump Strategy Now?

bloombergview.com — Even though everyone has expected for weeks that Donald Trump would win the New Hampshire primary, the scale of that win should unsettle both his rivals and the pundits. Trump won big: At this writing it looks as though he will have gotten more votes than the next two candidates combined.
Feb 10, 2016

NH leaves the non-Trumps just as divided, uninterested in fighting him, and bereft of a strategy against him. bloombergview.com/articles/2016-…

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Feb 10, 2016

RT @TwitchyTeam: 'DUDE. YOUR FOREHEAD.' RNC's Sean Spicer spends Ash Wednesday plagued by 'Twitter trolls' bit.ly/1T8Df90

Feb 10, 2016

RT @NateSilver538: The trick? #spoiler. Actually trying to stop him. Just 18% of the negative ads in NH were directed against Trump. 53eig.ht/1We9V0e

Feb 10, 2016

@lordbuttercups different reasons for different people. the press has certainly showered him with attention b/c he's good for ratings.

Feb 10, 2016

RT @seanmdav: Trump will learn the wrong lessons from NH. He'll assume his ground game's fine since he won. You don't need a ground game if you're up 20%.

Feb 10, 2016

NH leaves the non-Trumps just as divided, uninterested in fighting him, and bereft of a strategy against him. bloombergview.com/articles/2016-…


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