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As we near Super Tuesday, political junkies around the nation are waiting with bated breath to see who will earn the GOP nomination. Though only five percent of the delegates for the primary election have been decided, many are using these results to project the results of the primaries nationwide.
Adam Goodman joined Neil Cavuto on Coast to Coast (Fox Business News) to talk about “delegate math” concerning Trump, Rubio, and Cruz.
“What Trump is becoming is a political movement: us versus them. It’s in a year where this is all based on feelings – our hearts are driving the mind – and on those counts he’s scoring big,” said Goodman.
“There’s all this talk (from the GOP establishment) that they’re all going to gang up, get behind Marco, and stop Donald Trump – that plays into the Trump narrative… as much as the politicians want to circle the wagons and stop this from happening, [Trump is] here to make things happen for the American people.”
As Donald Trump’s chances improve and his campaign continues to gain steam, the media continues to give him nearly three times as much coverage as the other candidates.