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Expect more twists and turns in an already unprecedented presidential campaign

The Republican National Convention will be held July 18- 21in Cleveland. The Democratic National Convention takes place July 25-28 in Philadelphia. NRL News and NRL News Today will provide constant, in-depth coverage of developments over the next eleven weeks.

Donald TrumpAs the May digital edition of National Right to Life News is posted online, we can confidently say that as wild a primary season as we’ve witnessed thus far, the next two + months could be zanier.

When he crunched Texas Senator Texas Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich in the Indiana presidential primary, billionaire entrepreneur Donald Trump became (as they say) the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Trump now has the delegates required for a first ballot endorsement. Recently, NRL News Today ran a story based coverage of a Reuters/Ipsos poll released Thursday. We focused on a headline at AOL News post which read , “Top reason Americans will vote for Trump: ‘To stop Clinton.’”

 Chris Kahn wrote that “Trump has won passionate supporters and vitriolic detractors.” Okay, but what about Clinton? “Former Secretary of State Clinton’s appeal to voters seeking continuity with President Barack Obama’s policies, has won her a Hillarydecisive lead in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, but finds strong opponents among those disillusioned by what they see as lack of progress during Obama’s tenure,” according to Kahn.”

Pardon? The only reason she has “strong opponents” is because there are those who think Obama didn’t go far enough? It has nothing to do with Clinton herself?

Not a word about her massive popularity/unpopularity deficit; persistent questions about her basic honesty and her leadership qualities; her ghastly numbers among Independents; even her inability to rally women in expected numbers.

Mr. Trump is currently within the margin of error with Mrs. Clinton in many polls.