Trump brings his bluster to Bill Clinton’s hometown

19 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Trump says he’s worth $10 billion.

If accurate, the figure would surpass previous wealthy candidates like Ross Perot, business heirs like Steve Forbes or private-equity investors like Mitt Romney, the 2012 GOP nominee. Trump surged to first place in the GOP primary polls, and Cruz’s warm words toward Trump separated him from a crowd of candidates denouncing the real estate mogul over his controversial remarks about undocumented immigrants. In more good news for Trump, who leads the entire Republican field in that same poll, 59 percent of GOP primary voters said they admire his “guts”, compared to just 28 percent who dismiss him as a “loudmouth”. The new poll found that 74 percent of respondents either strongly or somewhat agreed with the choices by companies including Univision, NBC and Macy’s to end their business relationship with Trump.

Critics say the sensational announcement of Trump’s wealth is likely to play a pivotal role in his elections as it shows that he has the capacity to pump money into his campaign. O’Brien, author of TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald, and its publisher, Warner Books, for saying Trump was worth $150 million to $250 million. Trump tells prospective voters that if elected he would erect a wall along the US-Mexico border, stand up to foreign rivals like China and Russian Federation and bring back USA manufacturing.

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