If so, Donald Trump is doing a very, very poor job of it:
The Fox News-sponsored controversy over Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server will become another anti-Clinton national tragedy if Donald Trump wins, the Republican front-runner told Fox News’ Sean Hannity at a town hall Monday night.Wheels within wheels, my friends. Wheels within wheels.This post also serves as an open thread to discuss the Nevada Republican caucus and its results.
Hannity asked if Trump would order his attorney general to investigate Clinton if he wins the White House in November, and Trump said he would “have no choice,” because “in fairness, you have to look into that — she seems guilty.”
He momentarily tried to walk his comment back, saying, “but you know what, I wouldn’t even say that,” before saying what he just said he wouldn’t say again. “But certainly, it has to be looked at,” he said. Trump later added that “she’s being protected, but if I win, certainly it’s something we’re going to look at.”
In a state where only 33,000 of the state's 400,000 GOP voters turned out to caucus in 2012—a mere 7%—the campaigns of Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and one-time candidate Jeb Bush got organized early, snapping up talented operatives and key endorsements, while beginning caucus trainings last fall in the hopes that a strong organization could overcome Trump's momentum.It's going to be interesting to hear the convoluted explanations of how winning three states in a row is the certain death knell of the Trump campaign.
But Trump appears to have steamrolled through all of that, dominating not just Nevada's unreliable polls, but capturing the excitement and buzz in the race with his visits here. In interviews with dozens of Republican voters across the state over the last week, many said without hesitation that they were standing firmly with Trump and had given little thought to the other Republican candidates.