Beginning with the Tea Party wave and continuing through the not-Romney musical chairs of the 2012 Republican primary and the battles over debt limits and fiscal cliffs, most coverage of the Republican Party’s internal divisions during the Obama era fell into an easy groove: There was the establishment, and there was the base.
Supporters of republican presidential candidate former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney stand next to a national debt clock during a rally at Exeter High School on January 8, 2012 in Exeter, New Hampshire. With days to go before the New Hampshire primary, Mitt Romney is making a final campaign swing through the state.
The Headline: Read Why Trump is not the GOP frontrunner - not now and not in Nov. 2016 The Story: The poll’s demographic and regional quotas are based on 2010 census data — not 2012 Republican primary turnout, or 2014 participation, or any other model of who would actually show up to vote. Read more at http://www.commdiginews.com/politics-2/donald-trump-2016/trump-is-not-the-gop-frontrunner-45046/#Y7z9fQhO0l3Iqfk5.99