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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump answers questions from the media after speaking at a rally at the TD Convention Center, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2015, in Greenville, S.C. (AP Photo/Richard Shiro) ** FILE **

Donald Trump 2016? It's up to the conservative movement now

He currently holds unprecedented leads in national polls, including across-the-board edges in all of the early primary/caucus states. His likability numbers with Republican primary voters are on the upswing. Nevertheless, most of the intelligentsia still doesn't believe Donald Trump has much of chance to be the 2016 GOP nominee.

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Trump, power of positive thinking, evangelicalism

Donald Trump has said that he's winning support from Evangelical Christians who he describes as ""incredible people who are really smart, and they want to see our country thrive." But exactly who is he talking about? The Tea-vangelicals? The social-justice evangelicals? Trump's "Evangelical" supporters are the Christmas-church-going, Protestant work-ethic, Manifest Destiny believing, can-do capitalists. They are in every denomination and none. They think of themselves as Christians but they see no real need to have every aspect of their lives aligned with an arcane morality.