Tuesday, April 12, 2011

CNN Poll: Donald Trump Tied With Mike Huckabee for the 2012 Republican Presidential Nomination

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Donald Trump wouldn't have been on many Republican's presidential candidate list a month ago, but he has proven he is the only one with the balls to take Obama head-on over his failure to release his records. Out of the rest of the serious contenders, Sarah Palin is the one who comes closest to Trump's fearlessness. The rest of the wimps are afraid they will be called racist or ridiculed by the liberal mainstream media. If Mike Huckabee wants to be the Republican candidate in 2012, it's him for him to "find a pair."
(The Hill) — Real estate mogul Donald Trump is tied for first in the race for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, according to a new poll of Republicans.

Nineteen percent of Republicans named Trump, who’s currently flirting with a run for the party’s presidential nomination, as their top choice for the nomination, according to a CNN/Opinion Research poll released Tuesday. Another 13 percent said that Trump was their second choice in a nominee.

That level of support is enough to tie Trump with former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, whom 19 percent of Republicans named as their top choice to face off against President Obama in 2012.

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