Super Tuesday: It’s Donald Trump For Most Of The Republicans

Super Tuesday: It’s Donald Trump For Most Of The Republicans
Donald Trump Sr. at #FITN in Nashua, NH Michael Vadon / FlickrCC BY-SA 2.0

Donald Trump won the majority of states that voted for Super Tuesday. With this, winning the party’s nomination seemed to get clearer in the horizon for this billionaire presidential aspirant. The Republican candidate had to endure various questions and obstacles thrown at him during the past months. These questions, at some point, put into the test how determined he is to be the next president of the United States. His Super Tuesday victories however proved that he has stronger support than any of the Republican contenders.


Today is a a major defining moment for Trump’s bid to become the president of the world’s most powerful country. Trump won Vermont, Arkansas, Virginia, Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Georgia.

Why did people vote for Trump?

Brief background

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Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946 to a middle class parents, Frederick and Mary, in Queens New York. His father was an established real estate investor, who specialized in the construction sector. As a child, Trump was living the American Dream that most Americans can only dreamed of. A self-made man, he made a name for himself as one of the most successful real estate investors in the country today.


Among any other presidential aspirants who aimed to win the Republican’s nomination, Trump is probably the most inexperienced candidate as what the Huffington Post has put it. In fact, he has no experience whatsoever holding a public office before he decided to run for the presidential race. This is one of the major criticisms that his detractors were throwing at him when he decided to run for president.


During his journey to get the party’s nomination, Trump was embroiled into different categories. Probably one of the major controversies that he had to face was when he issued unorthodox solution to the most pressing issues that the country is facing today. Trump also issued unpopular positions on some social issues such as the problem with immigration, which draw the ire of the world, the CNN reported.


In his political website, Trump bared some of his priorities should he be elected as the country’s next president this year. He included implementing reforms in US-China trade, Veterans administration, and tax reforms as among his top priorities in his stay at the White House. Trump also eyes to protect the rights of the people bear Arms and also prioritize immigration reforms.