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Trump is Declared to be the Next President of the United States.

Updated on October 26, 2016

Model Predicts Trump to Be Next President of United States

According to a recent election model created by Helmut Northpoth, Trump is going to be the next President of the United States.

Northpoth's model has been applied to past election results and with the exception of one election in 1912, it has accurately predicted the results. The model relies on "how well the candidate does in his or her party's primary."

Northpoth says that Trump did exceptionally well in his party's election, better than Hillary did.
His model gives Trump a large 97 percent chance of winning simply by first getting the GOP nomination. "My feeling always has been, what I saw in the primaries, was that Donald Trump did very well," Norpoth said. "He beat a large field. According to my metric about how primaries are shaping up, he did better than Hillary Clinton in the Democratic race, so that gave him a leg up."

Part of his assessment has to do with if the nominee changes their message after getting the nomination. Trump supporters know that his message has pretty much remained the same since day one. Nortpoth agrees that Trump's message has remained the same.

Veritas Tapes Badly Effecting the DNC Party

The model doesn't take into affect what's happening in the country either. Take into account that the Veritas tapes have just been released and Trump's approval rating might just jump to 100 percent. The Veritas tapes show videod accounts of the DNC making sexual and crude remarks. One man keeps saying that he can grab someones rear end again and again and that he wouldn't get fired. Another shows a DNC member telling it's employee to rip up Republican's voters registrations as often as possible. Still the worst of the videos shows proof that Hillary is not only linked to the Duck events that happened at Trump rallies, but that she has actually paid people to cause trouble and insight riots through very carefully strategized wording of posters and placing of people.

Robert Creamer was (secretly) videoed describing in detail how he created trouble at the rallies and how he did what he did with Hillary's orders saying that when Hillary tells us to put the Ducks on the ground, we put them there. Creamer has been around for quite awhile and is well known for his links to questionable tactics. Once the videos were released, Creamer resigned. This man has been somehow involved in all kinds of DNC projects since the 1960's and he now steps down from his post. I'd say the stuff is about to hit the fan.

More Crimes Against Hillary!

The most interesting part about all of the recent revelations is that it gives absolute proof that Hillary is committing voter fraud and that she has allowed sexual harassment to run rampant in her party. This is just part of the accusations. Many of the crimes including Benghazi and the email incident warrant formal charges, but there is also the linking of the DNC party to purposely attacking the Trump rallies. The question that everyone is asking is why isn't the main news stream covering this. When Trump was accused of groping a woman, it runs rampant on front pages across the nation. When Hillary's own party does the same thing, it doesn't get any kind of media time. At least not in the mainstream media, the Internet is abuzz with the stories and these stories are becoming more accurate and full of truth than the mainstream media.

All of this makes me wonder how long the mainstream media is going to be tolerated if they aren't actually reporting the news, but only regurgitating what those in power want to be told. It's been that way for a long time now, but this is the most obvious it's ever been.

The one thing that is for sure out of all of this is that, once again, Trump has been more than accurate in his "telling it like it is." He pegged the DNC as committing voter fraud long before the Veritas tapes revealed his accuracy.

And then there's the other thing that he's pegged accurately saying "If I win, I will concede the election." Go Trump!


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    • NikaWest profile imageAUTHOR


      24 months ago from Sunny Florida

      I just went to early voting in Florida. Hillary has a booth with 3 people and no supporters. Trump has over 40 people all dressed in "deplorable shirts" holding signs. Trump Rocks! Hillary still sucks!

    • Ken Burgess profile image

      Ken Burgess 

      24 months ago from Florida

      It's just not going to happen, for the following reasons:

      1- Smartmatic, a U.K.-based voting technology company with deep ties to George Soros, has provided voting technology in 16 states, I leave you to do your own research on that and how it is currently effecting early voting.

      2- Electoral College - not required to represent the popular vote.

      3- The Media - the media is in the bag for Clinton, for the Establishment, this isn't a 'normal' Democrat vs. Republican election... this is Trump VS the Establishment... those that are tired of the corruption and corporate rule VS those still duped into believing the Parties matter or that the Media is actually reporting news, not Propaganda.

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      CJ Kelly 

      24 months ago from Auburn, WA

      His work is very accurate, but there are 2 wildcards: this is the first time a woman has run in the general for a major party and the Obamacare effect.

      I still think more women are voting for HRC than will admit it and we have to see how many swing states will be affected by the Obamacare % rise. Certainly Arizona and Florida will see huge increases. Not sure on OH and PA as well as NH.


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