Of all of the Republicans that the fine folks of New Hampshire have to choose from in the next presidential primary, there is only one who stands above the rest:
Love him or hate him, Donald Trump is back. Early polls out of places like South Carolina and New Hampshire just may suggest that he's here to stay.
It looked as if Donald Trump's stock may have been in SERIOUS trouble after 2022 midterms. His endorsements didn't do as well as he had hoped, and he took a bit of flak from the pundits for his public feud with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his private feud with his own wife.
But we've counted out Donald Trump before and learned what happens. That was in 2016 when members of the media like the New York Times gave him less than a five percent chance of beating Hillary Clinton.
Didn't we learn our lesson then?
Apparently not. Because a few months ago we were counting out Donald Trump again. And he's proving us wrong yet again.