As I have suggested several times before, Trump is modeling his persona and campaign off of a "heel" (the villain) in professional wrestling. He lost his energy in Iowa; he got it back in New Hampshire by following the professional wrestling script.
Trump has called Ted Cruz a "pussy", said that Iowa was "stolen" from him, and gave a rambling speech to celebrate his victory in New Hampshire. The crowd erupted with chants of "U.S.A.". All we now need are women throwing their moist panties and sweaty bras onto the stage for Donald Trump's performance to achieve perfection.
It would seem that Donald Trump followed the advice I offered him several days ago in the essay below.
[And to my great pleasure, professional wrestling legend, the one and only Jim Cornette, gave his approval via Twitter to my analysis]
What comes next good people? "Trumpmania" is running wild! Will it burn itself out?
“Trumpmania” was not running wild during the Iowa caucuses. He finished second behind Ted Cruz. Donald Trump, the man who always wins and never loses suffered a powerful body blow in a political fight that many observers believed he was predestined to win.