Originally published July 24 2015
Donald Trump is more holistic and health oriented than Hillary Clinton
by J. D. Heyes
(NaturalNews) It's too soon to tell whether billionaire real estate and reality show mogul Donald Trump will eventually win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, but one thing's for sure: Donald has certainly distinguished himself in a crowded field of GOP candidates, and has surged so much in recent polling that he is, for now at least, a frontrunner.
So popular has Trump become that, in recent days, he not only sold out a venue in Phoenix, he had to get a bigger one at the last minute to accommodate supporters. That same day, as WorldNetDaily noted, Trump drew a standing-room only crowd of enthusiastic supporters in Las Vegas.
What has catapulted Trump to the top of GOP polls? His frank, honest – and admittedly blunt – discussion about illegal immigrants, many of whom he correctly noted were criminals: Rapists, murderers and gang thugs. Not a week after he made those observations, which came during the launch of his campaign, 32-year-old Kate Steinle of San Francisco was shot and killed by illegal criminal alien Francisco Sanchez, 45, who had been deported five times already and was in custody in a San Francisco jail until March, when he was released in compliance with the city's sanctuary policy.
And both cities where his venues recently filled up so quickly, not so ironically, are in states where there are large numbers of illegal aliens residing.
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'Trump Wellness Plan'
But Trump has also distinguished himself from the favored Democratic presidential contender, Hillary Clinton, the latter of whom is having so much difficulty connecting with the party's progressive base she needs constant re-launches of her campaign just to remain relevant.
For one, "The Donald", as NaturalNews has reported is a consumer of organic food. His daughter, Ivanka, has said that the whole family consumes mostly fresh, organic meals which she often prepares herself.
In addition, Trump's children help oversee foods served at the family hotels – meals that include vegan, organic and gluten-free in-room dining choices. And when it can, the hotel chain obtains locally-grown organic foods as a way of giving back to the communities they serve. The family's diet even has a name: The Trump Wellness Plan, which fits with Trump's overall health and fitness lifestyle.
As we reported:
For example, a known golf lover, Trump says it's an ideal way to diminish stress and ponder business tasks while walking. He says, "I find it opens my mind to new possibilities, and I can problem-solve very effectively while I'm on the golf course."
'Bride of Frankenfood'
Clinton, meanwhile, is a Monsanto sycophant and GMO devotee, eschewing the organic, non-genetically modified lifestyle in pursuit of campaign contributions.
In fact, her touting of GMOs and support for the world's most evil biotech giant is costing her support, at least in early primary states like Iowa. As noted by the Washington Times, some have even dubbed her the "Bride of Frankenfood."
The opposition has put another dent in her bid to woo liberal activists who have traditionally been a staple of the Democratic Party and who are crucial to winning the early primary contest.
GMO crops dominate the landscape in rural Iowa, where much of the state's land is used to grow corn and soybeans -- the heart of its economy.
Opposition to Clinton's Monsanto ties became apparent at a recent meeting of the Tri-County Democrats, where members were measuring support for her candidacy.
The Washington Times reported that a large group of women had expressed support for Clinton's candidacy until the issue of GMOs came up; the knowledge prompted them to switch allegiances to far-left candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
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