Exclusive — Donald J. Trump: ‘I’m A Messenger To A Movement’ That Is ‘Bigger Than’ Brexit

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks before introducing his vice presidential running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence at the New York Hilton Midtown on July 16, 2016 in New York City. Trump announced his choice on Friday via Twitter after the initial press conference was canceled due to the terrorist attack in Nice, France. (Photo by
Trump, despite millions being spent against him by the left in attack ads, is still in prime position to potentially win the election in November according to recent polling from several key battleground states. But what’s perhaps even more important than just winning the election is the consequences such a win would have on the United States–and the world–with regard to several key policy planks on issues Trump focuses in on.