As presidential candidates look for momentum going into the bulk of the primary elections, some are finding avoidable faux pas causing friction.
Adam Goodman joined Fox 13 host Craig Patrick on Money, Power and Politics to talk about the obstacles candidates might face in the coming primary elections.
Ted Cruz, whose “dirty tricks” include misquoting Marco Rubio and placing him in an offensive light, is facing some unique interference.
“It’s one thing to have an isolated incident that knocks you off your horse for 24 (hours) and then you’re off and riding again,” said Goodman. “The problem for Cruz right now is that it’s beginning to appear that it’s a pattern of behavior.”
Cruz has a history of using unethical ads to tarnish opponents.
Despite Cruz’s efforts to damage Rubio’s image, many assume the GOP establishment will rally behind Rubio to combat Trump.
“I think that’s an exaggerated idea,” said Adam Goodman. “Trump is moving from being a candidate to a movement. We saw that in Nevada.”
“This is a different kind of election where the establishment is having a tough day and the outside is having a field day,” said Goodman.
Goodman goes on to talk about endorsements, donations, and whether not the Trump movement can be stopped: