Roger Stone: Trump’s Wisconsin Loss May Have A ‘Psychological Impact’ on Supporters

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Veteran political strategist and informal adviser for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump Roger Stone wondered on Breitbart News Daily whether GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s 11-point loss in Wisconsin to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz would have a psychological affect on voters in upcoming primary states.

“The Trump people are playing catch-up ball. They have to still worry about New Jersey, New York, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, some big states going forward which are winner-take-most,” he told host Stephen K. Bannon. “But we also have to wonder, what is the psychological impact of Trump’s support in those states now he has lost a stand-alone primary and lost it by double digits.” Stone added Trump still leads substantially in those states’ polls.

Trump called Cruz a “Trojan horse” for the establishment and “worse than a puppet” after the loss, but may still net six delegates.

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