TODAY IS TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 2024
TRUMP’S ONE-THOUSAND-AND NINETY-EIGHTH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND SINCE THE BLOWER HAS ALREADY PROJECTED TRUMP THE WINNER OF THE 2024 NEW HAMPSHIRE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY, LET’S HAVE FUN REVIEWING SOME OF WHAT HAPPENED THE FIRST TIME HE RAN IN 2016
Think of how much things have changed in Ohio Politics since this time during February in 2016. Everybody at The Blower was working on our big “Kasich’s BFD Win” E-dition, when Noted New Hampshire Political Reporter Manchester Tadwell was reporting early voters had given our delusional Ohio governor a huge lead, and Donald Trump had not yet called to concede.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2016
But So Far Donald Trump Has Not Yet Called To Concede
Dixville Notch, New Hampshire: Noted New Hampshire Political Reporter Manchester Tadwell says shortly after midnight this morning, CNN was reporting Delusional Ohio Governor John Kasich had gotten an early boost when he won the vote in Dixville Notch, the New Hampshire hamlet that is traditionally home to the first vote in the first-in-the-nation primary. Kasich edged out Donald Trump 3-2, and Bernie Sanders shut out Crooked Hillary 4-0. Those were the only nine votes cast.
Instantly afterwards however, at precisely 12:08 AM, The Blower received this e-mail from Kasich Campaign:
KASICH WINS THE FIRST VOTES IN THE NATION’S FIRST PRIMARY
Voting at Midnight, Dixville Notch’s Nine Voters Send a Big Message
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s march to the White House began tonight in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire when the first voters in the nation’s first primary chose him to be the Republican candidate for President.
Kasich worked hard for the Dixville Notch vote and was one of the few candidates to make the long trek to New Hampshire’s North Country to campaign. He later called each of Dixville Notch’s voters to personally ask them for their support.
“It is an honor to earn the support of people who celebrate democracy as faithfully and famously as the voters in Dixville Notch. New Hampshire rewards hard work and a positive campaign and that defines what our team has done here. We’re going to work hard until all the polls close to continue our success throughout New Hampshire and then take the campaign to South Carolina and beyond,” said Kasich.
Amazingly, Kasich’s BFD Win was not the Really Big Story on the front page of The Fishwrap, this morning.