On the democratic side, we're told that Hillary is in first place. Hillary's make-over transformation from 'haggard, frumpy and worn-out looking' to 'friendly, wrinkle-free and 10 years younger looking' is nothing short of miraculous. Her smiley botox face can be seen on all the major networks and TV talk shows. The Benghazi Hearings were supposed to be about investigating Hillary's role in denying protection for the US diplomats who were killed but instead, the Hearings were used as a platform for Hillary to promote herself as "Presidential".
Hillary's only democratic rival is Bernie Sanders, who the media has typecast as "an old Communist Jew". Sanders is there as a don't-pick-me "prop" just like the other "what's-their-names" who are also there for the "fix".
Donald Trump, reality-star-comedian turned politician, is a "plant" and he's running a "false flag" campaign on on behalf of the Clintons. Trump is a wrecking ball aimed at the GOP base. How close is Trump to the Clinton's? The Clinton's went to his wedding. He golfs with Bill. They talk on the phone. He donates $$$$$ to their Foundation and democratic party.
Trump and the media have successfully smeared all of the leading Republican candidates including Trump's top rival - Ben Carson. Carson apparently lied about his violent past so he could tell evangelicals that God turned his life around. He lied about a scholarship offer to Westpoint and he lied about his pharmaceutical company endorsements and profits. "No energy" Jeb Bush has been KO'd by Trump and the media and so has Marco Rubio who Trump says is "weak on immigration", rarely shows up for work and misuses/mismanages his government credit cards. As for poker-faced Carly Fiorina who got fired at HP, Trump asks, "Would anyone vote for that face?" and the answer is "no".
In the final analysis, it appears that Trump is on a steady course to win the Republican nomination and Hillary is guaranteed the democratic nomination...at least that's what the "fixed" media polls are telling us.
As the staged winner of the GOP nomination, Trump will predictably 'cross the line' with his mud slinging rhetoric and throw the election. It's as easy as making offensive sexist, looksist, remarks about rival Hillary that the public will find deplorable and unforgivable at election time.