Trump Camp Doesn’t Regret TX Strategy

You can hear a quiet confidence coming from the Donald Trump Campaign as voters head to the polls to cast their “Super Tuesday” ballots.

“I think he’s going to do great” said Trump’s son Eric, speaking with KTSA News the day before the “Super Tuesday” primaries.

“I think he’s going to do very well in Texas. Will we win? Maybe not, you are going against home turf advantage” Trump said, adding “You always have somebody who has home state territory, and Ted (Cruz) certainly does. (in Texas).

Trump showed no regret when asked about why they didn’t spend more time in the Lone Star State ahead of the Texas Primary.

“It’s tough. As you approach “Super Tuesday,” people’s time just gets so spread out. So many states are falling at once, and you have to go to all of them. It’s very tough” Trump said.

Trump also said his father is speaking from the heart ont he campaign trail–and means what he says–as he generates controversy.

“He doesn’t care. He’s a results-oriented person, and he’ll do a great job for this country” Trump said, pointing to that controversy over the “building of a wall” along the Southern Border.

“If you look at the immigration problem and illegal immigration and the Southern Border it’s not an easy conversation–it’s actually a very hard conversation. Something needs to be done about it, and we need to build that wall immediately. He’ll take care of that problem” Trump said, reflecting on his father’s Campaign so far.

“Quite frankly, He’s almost taking a step back in his life doing this process. It’s a grueling, arduous process running for Commander in Chief… He’s not the “PC” Candidate. If you want the “PC” Candidate, he’s probably not your guy” Trump said, summing up his father’s Campaign simply.

“I think the person you see right now is the person you’re going to get in the Oval Office” Trump said.

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