NBC might regret asking viewers who ‘came out on top’ of presidential forum, but Trump’s sure happy

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Donald Trump took to social media to share his standings in polls weighing in on the presidential forum.

Immediately following NBC’s live “Commander in Chief Forum” on Wednesday, questions and surveys arose asking who “won” the event, although the Republican and Democratic presidential nominees did not share the stage at one time.

But results of the surveys have not been widley covered over the mainstream media. Perhaps the news execs knew where this was headed.

Trump took matters into his own hands and posted some results on his Twitter feed.

Fast forward a few hours and the NBC News poll turns into a virtual landslide for Trump. Probably not what NBC expected or had hoped for.

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Even before the “extra” good news, Trump was touting the positive feedback he received from the live event that focused on national security, military affairs and veterans issues with an audience made up mostly of military veterans and active service members.

Maybe the left wing media did not know what to do with the numbers showing Trump coming out on top, but the GOP nominee had no problem re-tweeting the survey results.

According to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey poll, Trump leads Clinton 55 percent to 36 percent among military and veteran voters.

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