Kindly Share This Story:The US presidential election is still up in the air, but one thing is for certain: the movement created by Donald Trump is alive and well, and more solid than pundits expected. No matter if he wins or loses, Trumpism looks set to live on. Republican political pundit Sophia A. Nelson summed it up quickly: “The Trump movement is real. And it’s here to stay.” Despite being repeatedly — and wrongly — described as only older, white and rural, Trump’s base will help deliver the third highest vote total in American political history — behind only Joe Biden, and Barack Obama in 2008. Hispanic voters, often expected to lean left, turned to Trump this time around — their turnout in Florida helped him easily defeat Biden in the Sunshine State in Tuesday’s nailbiter of an election. “Ahead of the election, a lot of pundits talked about how Trump wasn’t bringing new voters to his camp,” said Abraham Gutman, who is on the editorial board at The Philadelphia Inquirer. But he will have, at a minimum, won about five million more votes this time around then he did in 2016 against Hillary Clinton. “Regardless of the eventual outcome… Read full this story
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