The Wall Street Journal called it an “insurmountable lead” for Trump and his bid to become the GOP nominee, but many in the media forget that the narrative changes from primary result to primary result. As the old adage goes, it’s not over until the fat lady sings.
A larger-than-usual voter turnout is expected for the state of Maryland with the GOP nomination on the line, in addition to contentious Democratic Party primaries. For a congressional seat, Chris Matthews’ wife Kathleen is trying to fight off a significant challenge from wine store owner David Trone, who has spent $12 million on the race so far. […]
The ads focus on what Donald Trump has said about women over the years, and it is not a flattering picture of the GOP frontrunner.
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