Who Wins In Donald Trump Vs Lucifer Presidential Election?

Who Wins In Donald Trump Vs Lucifer Presidential Election?
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Lindsey Graham, speaking about the Republican front runner Donald Trump on Sunday, said it would be difficult to beat the business mogul in the upcoming presidential elections unless he was up against Lucifer himself.


Speaking at Face The Nation, Graham said that he supports Ted Cruz’s campaign, but she had harsh words to say for Trump, who looks to be the favorite for clinching the GOP nomination.

Graham’s remark about Trump comes after Speaker of the House John Boehner referred to the Texas senator as “Lucifer in the flesh” in a recent interview.

“There’s been a lot of talk about Lucifer,” Graham said. “I think Lucifer is the only person Trump could beat in a general election. When it comes to women and Hispanics, Trump polls like Lucifer.” Since his campaign failed to impress, Graham has shown support for Cruz in the primaries.

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Speaking about Boehner, as reported by Raw Story, Graham said, “John and I are very close friends. But, he’s embracing Donald Trump, and I am not. Why? Because I believe Donald Trump’s foreign policy is isolationism. It will lead to another 9/11.”

Graham also encouraged Cruz to continue with his campaign should the latter not succeed in Tuesday’s Indiana primary, where as many as 57 delegates are at stake.

“I’m advising Ted, go to the last vote,” Graham said. “Trump’s gotten 40% of the popular vote. That doesn’t give you 1,237 delegates. I think you could still stop, even if you lose in Indiana.”

As reported by Breitbart, Graham expressed that he fancies Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning the presidency over Trump. “She will mop the floor with Donald Trump,” Graham said.

According to an NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll, Trump leads in Indiana, with 49 percent, followed by Cruz with 34 percent and John Kasich with 13 percent, CNN reported.

“I believe Donald Trump’s foreign policy, his isolationism, will lead to another 9/11,” Graham said. “Trump is the most unelectable candidate we could put up against Hillary Clinton. Women and Hispanics hate his guts — and for good reason.”

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