Liberals and establishment GOP heads exploding over Trump win

Donald Trump's not very surprising win in New Hampshire is causing GOP establishment and liberal heads to explode across the country.

Some sample headlines:

New York Daily News: "Dawn of the Brain dead"

Clueless New Hampshire voters handed billionaire bore Donald Trump a “yuge” victory in the first-in-the nation primary Tuesday, providing the mad mogul with a new round of ammo a week after a disappointing second-place finish in Iowa. 

More than three in 10 Granite State voters flocked to the foul-mouthed contender, throwing their support to him at levels beyond what the polls had predicted — a day after he referred to a Republican challenger Ted Cruz as a “pussy.”

Huffington Post went a step or two farther:

"A Racist, Sexist Demagogue Just Won The New Hampshire Primary"

The businessman's resounding victory amid a crowded field of more experienced and accomplished candidates is a stunning turn of events for a party that vowed just four years ago to be more inclusive to minorities after failing to unseat President Barack Obama in the bitter 2012 election. What the GOP got instead is a xenophobic demagogue who's insulted pretty much everyone and even earned the endorsement of white supremacists. Trump's victory in New Hampshire likely points to a drawn-out slog between Trump and at least one of his rivals as they battle to secure enough delegates in hopes of winning their party's nomination this summer.

Meanwhile, the GOP establishment is wringing its hands in frustration, while fretting about a ticket headed up by The Donald:

Politico: "GOP establishment stares into the abyss"

After Trump's big win and Rubio's collapse, Republican Party elites suddenly find themselves without a horse to ride.

The establishment lane is now more crowded than ever, with Rubio, Jeb Bush, and New Hampshire runner-up John Kasich heading for a brutal fight in South Carolina – a state known for its rough-and-tumble political culture. Chris Christie, who was also competing for establishment support, is reassessing his campaign’s future.

All of this, many in the mainstream wing of the GOP worry, is excellent news for one man: Donald Trump.

“This is the perfect storm for Trump,” said Matt Dowd, who served as chief strategist on George W. Bush’s 2004 reelection campaign. “He got his poll numbers, won by double digits, recovered from a loss, and has multiple opponents. You couldn’t design a better scenario for him.”

Las Vegas doesn't think much of Trump's odds to win the White House.  But Trump supporters are insisting that regardless of who the Democratic candidate will be, Trump can prevail.

That notion is likely to be put to the test, as Trump is the odds-on favorite to win the GOP nomination.

Donald Trump's not very surprising win in New Hampshire is causing GOP establishment and liberal heads to explode across the country.

Some sample headlines:

New York Daily News: "Dawn of the Brain dead"

Clueless New Hampshire voters handed billionaire bore Donald Trump a “yuge” victory in the first-in-the nation primary Tuesday, providing the mad mogul with a new round of ammo a week after a disappointing second-place finish in Iowa. 

More than three in 10 Granite State voters flocked to the foul-mouthed contender, throwing their support to him at levels beyond what the polls had predicted — a day after he referred to a Republican challenger Ted Cruz as a “pussy.”

Huffington Post went a step or two farther:

"A Racist, Sexist Demagogue Just Won The New Hampshire Primary"

The businessman's resounding victory amid a crowded field of more experienced and accomplished candidates is a stunning turn of events for a party that vowed just four years ago to be more inclusive to minorities after failing to unseat President Barack Obama in the bitter 2012 election. What the GOP got instead is a xenophobic demagogue who's insulted pretty much everyone and even earned the endorsement of white supremacists. Trump's victory in New Hampshire likely points to a drawn-out slog between Trump and at least one of his rivals as they battle to secure enough delegates in hopes of winning their party's nomination this summer.

Meanwhile, the GOP establishment is wringing its hands in frustration, while fretting about a ticket headed up by The Donald:

Politico: "GOP establishment stares into the abyss"

After Trump's big win and Rubio's collapse, Republican Party elites suddenly find themselves without a horse to ride.

The establishment lane is now more crowded than ever, with Rubio, Jeb Bush, and New Hampshire runner-up John Kasich heading for a brutal fight in South Carolina – a state known for its rough-and-tumble political culture. Chris Christie, who was also competing for establishment support, is reassessing his campaign’s future.

All of this, many in the mainstream wing of the GOP worry, is excellent news for one man: Donald Trump.

“This is the perfect storm for Trump,” said Matt Dowd, who served as chief strategist on George W. Bush’s 2004 reelection campaign. “He got his poll numbers, won by double digits, recovered from a loss, and has multiple opponents. You couldn’t design a better scenario for him.”

Las Vegas doesn't think much of Trump's odds to win the White House.  But Trump supporters are insisting that regardless of who the Democratic candidate will be, Trump can prevail.

That notion is likely to be put to the test, as Trump is the odds-on favorite to win the GOP nomination.