The New Hampshire Vote
By: Bill O'ReillyFebruary 9, 2016
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Trump and Sanders win and it wasn't even close.  The polls were correct as Granite State voters sent a signal loud and clear. 

We don't want establishment politicians.

Exit polling shows a whopping 90% of Republican voters are dissatisfied or downright angry about the political environment in America.

Only 10% of Democrats say they are angry, but 40% say they are dissatisfied.

On the Republican front:

Trump wins with 35%.

Governor John Kasich second with 16%.

Ted Cruz third, 12%.

Then Jeb Bush, 11%.

Marco Rubio, 10%.

Followed by Chris Christie, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson.

Trump obviously gets a huge bump on his way to South Carolina, that vote on February 20th.

Kasich emerges as the moderate candidate to beat, a nice showing.

Cruz and Rubio not helped by the New Hampshire vote but still viable candidates, as is Jeb Bush.

Looks like Christie, Fiorina and Carson are done in realistic terms.

Bernie Sanders is celebrating, but he will have a lot more trouble going forward.  Hillary Clinton likely to clock him in South Carolina and beyond.

A memo from the Clinton campaign says quote:

"It will be very difficult, if not impossible, for a Democrat to win the nomination without strong levels of support among African-American and Hispanic voters.  We believe that's how it should be (Hillary) has maintained a wide double digit lead over Senator Sanders among minority voters ..."

And that's true, although Sanders is meeting with Al Sharpton tomorrow morning here in New York City, a hopeless cause because Al will support Hillary no question.

Summing up, New Hampshire good news for Trump, Sanders and Kasich.

For everybody else it's on to South Carolina.

And that's the memo.

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