Before the Iowa Caucus, Trump May Have Already Won

The Washington Post reports that there was a calm around Donald Trump as he took the stage here in Clinton, Iowa; a brief moment when he stared out at the crowd and looked gratified, perhaps even awed.

The unlikely candidate, who was written off in the first invisible draft of this election as a celebrity sideshow, has seized the affections of disillusioned conservatives around the country with his bombastic rhetoric. In just two days, the depth of the loyalty he has fashioned will be tested at the Iowa caucuses.

USA Today:

Donald Trump exuded confidence the day before his first election day, urging supporters Sunday to caucus for him and even talking about the criteria for a vice president. “We’re going to win, we’re going to win,” Trump told an enthusiastic crowd in a middle school gym. “We’re leading everywhere.”

Asked what he might be looking for in a running mate, Trump first said it was too early to discuss the subject, though he went on to say he would consider people in key election states and pick a person who could assume the presidency if necessary. “There are some great people out there,” Trump said.

The HILL:

Ivanka Trump is “really excited” to tell Iowa voters how to caucus for her father, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.

In a video released by the Trump campaign, Ivanka Trump explains to voters how to find their caucus location and how to vote. “It’s a secret ballot. You just write down the name ‘Trump’ and you are done. That’s it! Very exciting.” Watch Ivanka’s explanation in the video above.” target=”_blank”>video> released by the Trump campaign, Ivanka Trump explains to voters how to find their caucus location and how to vote.

“It’s a secret ballot. You just write down the name ‘Trump’ and you are done. That’s it! Very exciting.”

Watch Ivanka’s explanation in the video above.

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