Trump’s win in New York is a sign of things to come
NEW YORK — Trump’s victory in New Jersey on Tuesday was a sign that he is poised to win a big state in the coming months, a political strategist said.
The New York Times has reported that Trump won by 10 points and that the win could signal a turning point for the Republican Party, which has struggled to find the votes needed to win statewide elections.
In his victory speech, Trump said he is a winner and that he will use the win to help build a wall between Mexico and the United States and to protect the country from terrorism.
He added that his win in the Garden State is a signal of things he wants to see in the nation and for the nation to win.
“Trump’s victory on Tuesday could give him a new boost in the polls, a key part of the Trump brand that helped propel him to the White House in November.
He has been polling well in battleground states such as Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania, and is expected to win them all in the final weeks of the campaign.
Trump also has a long list of endorsements in key swing states such the Ohio governor and a number of GOP senators.
The endorsements could help sway voters in those states.
A victory in the Granite State could help him get the nomination before the party’s convention in Cleveland in July, where the party platform is expected for the first time.
Trump’s win is also a big boost for House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Republican who has worked closely with Trump.
He is expected in New Mexico, another state where Trump won.
Ryan also has been working hard to get the party to embrace Trump, who has pledged to repeal and replace Obamacare.
The race is expected a close one and will likely decide who gets to be the Republican nominee for president in 2020.