The Final Hours To A Donald Trump Triumph?

A quest for Trump Triumph is covered live all the way to the end here.

The man who has been underestimated from the moment he entered the race national political pundits have dismissed a possible Donald Trump Triumph in the presidential race.
This weekend Tampa was the launching pad for the final hours of the presidential campaign of Republican Donald Trump. Before the billionaire casts his vote Tuesday morning he will be visiting as many as a dozen states to firm up his base and make his final argument for a Trump Triumph.

A good read: Trump Hopes Florida brings him a win.

Something the Trump camp hopes brings them a Triumph is a very close election. With so many states too close to call means that we could see another court battle for recounts.

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Florida, home to the famously close George W. Bush–Al Gore contest of 2000. The Supreme Court ultimately settled that controversy, giving Bush a majority of votes in the Electoral College and the presidency.


The Trump Triumph could see numbers in other states where an automatic recount is in play. So, this crazy race could last beyond Wednesday if this remains such a close race all the way through election day.

The Triumph Trump team hopes he can pull off a win with the help of the momentum at his back in the final hours of this historical race. The goal for Trump Triumph rests not getting a large number of Republican’s, along with disenfranchised Democrats and Independents.

So, let’s say that Trump Triumph, happens if they add Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin in addition to all the states GOP nominee Mitt Romney won in 2012 and he wins.

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There’s at least one more scenario to consider: a tie in the Electoral College. If a candidate doesn’t get 270 or more electoral votes, it is up to the House of Representatives to decide the presidency. Each state’s delegation gets one vote. With the House in Republican hands, that favors Trump.

 

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