TRUMP CHRONICLES: 2016 PRIMARY CAMPAIGN (APRIL 29) “The Week That Was” E-dition

TODAY IS
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 2020

ON TRUMP’S 1195th DAY IN OFFICE
WITH STILL NONE OF OBAMA AND HIS POLITICAL PERPS IN THE SLAMMER

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THIS E-DITION HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR 2016 ELECTIONS RESEARCH BY THE PRESIDENTIAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY BECAUSE 2016 & 2017 TRUMP CHRONICLEs WERE A POLITICAL PRECURSOR FOR TRUMP’S INEPT IMPEACHMENT IN 2019 AND THE BLOWER’S BREAKING NEWS COVERAGE IN 2020.image009Today In 2016, The Blower Featured These “Wednesday Wild Cards” On The Day After The 2016 Ohio Primary Election.

“God Must Love Stupid Voters”

(Because He made So Many Of Them!)Gov. John Kasich wins Ohio and talks to his supporters during an event at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio on March 15, 2016. (Kyle Robertson/ The Columbus Dispatch)

“2016 Ohio Primary Election Results”

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“Those Were The Good Old Days”

(From The Whistleblower Archives)

Edition #42 (published on March 19, 1991) of the original printed edition of The Whistleblower (not the Newswire) was delivered to Persons of Consequence all over town. That Week’s “Really Big Story” was all about Landslide Charlie Luken’s run for President. The Top Ten List was the top ten reasons Landslide Charlie Luken should run for president in 1992, and a story about how 55 WKRC was standing by its report that General Norman Schwartzkopf would be throwing out the first pitch on Opening Day for The Reds.image022 - Copy

“Voting Analysis” E-dition

(The Ohio Republican Primary Election)image023 - Copy

“Backstabber Voting” (“Best Friend” Is Ten Letters, But So Is “Lying Bitch.”)image025 - Copy And In “Wednesday’s Wild Cards” From The Whistleblower Newsroom

Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus says the two leading GOP campaigns intend to muscle the Ohio governor out of the race. Advisers to Donald Trump and Ted Cruz say there’s no way they’ll allow John Kasich to even compete at a contested national convention — let alone prevail. Trump and Cruz are betting that their dual dominance in the delegate hunt will permanently box out the Ohio governor, who has no mathematical path to the nomination and is openly pursuing a floor fight at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. And their aides say Kasich won’t even make it to the floor.image027 - Copyimage006image007