Donald Trump is resonating with Republican millennials, but they soon will be expecting the front-runner to put forth definite solutions on addressing the nation's problems, pollster John Zogby told Newsmax TV
"That's the problem," the head of Zogby Analytics told "Newsmax Prime" host J.D. Hayworth. "For now, Trump trumps with high visibility at a time when a lot of millennials are not really paying any attention.
"So, a lot of this is name recognition and some of it is just the outrage and the circus of it all," he added. "But when push comes to shove, one of the things that millennials, including GOP millennials, prefer is somebody who can cut down the noise and cut to the chase and get the job done.
"Some of that is Donald Trump, but not the noise part. He makes maybe too much noise ultimately."
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Best-selling author and political journalist John Fund, however, countered that Trump's "message works," though the billionaire businessman faces the daunting challenge of keeping up the momentum for five more months.
"You have to back that up at some point with specific policies, at some point with a specific plan, at some point with a little more seriousness than he's exhibited," he told Hayworth. "If he can keep it up for five months, he's in good shape — but five months is a lifetime in politics."
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