Donald Trump just concluded his Super Tuesday press conference/victory rally in Florida.
Although Florida Governor Rick Scott did not endorse him, I do have a few observations to offer.
1. Trump was introduced by Chris Christie. He looked amazingly small especially when he nodded his head on Trump’s every word.
2. Most of Trump’s vitriol was directed at Marco Rubio instead of Ted Cruz. Not a surprise considering the press conference was in Florida. But for the first time in weeks Trump was complimentary to Cruz. After calling him a liar, Trump praised Cruz’s win in Texas and Oklahoma this evening.
3. Trump was delusional as he always is. Perhaps his most delusional claim was that he would receive 25% of the African-American vote. Not as long as African-Americans are being evicted from his rallies.
4. Trump claimed Hillary might not be allowed to run. It’s as empty as his claim that Cruz might not be allowed to run because of his Canadian birth. Even if the FBI recommends an indictment of HIllary everyone knows Obama isn’t going to allow that to happen. If Trump gets the nomination, he will face Hillary.
5. While this was billed as a press conference and while questions were posed, reporters were easily outnumbered by Trump supporters. Every time they cheered it gave the illusion that Trump triumphed over the reporters. Trump is a genius at political theater. The question is whether the American voter will see through the illusion.
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