Donald Trump President? New Hampshire 2012 Poll Reveals Candidacy

Trump first suggested running on the Republican ticket in 1988, but he later changed his mind.

Donald Trump President? A New Hampshire Presidential Poll reveals that Donald Trump should run in 2012. Trump has a lot of things going on right now, including The Apprentice and Miss Universe, but he first first suggested running on the Republican ticket in 1988.

Trump is being touted in many cities across the nation as a potential successor to Barack Obama. In fact, he left behind a media storm of speculation when he told Fox News that he might be a candidate in 2012.

It all started when Time magazine published details of poll in New Hampshire, a key state in the primaries, where residents were asked about prospective Republican candidates to run against Barack Obama.

“The poll showed very strongly for Trump,” he said. “So they wrote an article and then everyone went crazy.”

“A lot of people have been asking me to run. I mean, I’ve had a lot of success. I haven’t made a decision but I hear it’s a huge story in the United States right now,” Trump said in a statement. “It’s not something I long to do, but it’s something that, if I had to, I would.”

Donald Trump has made no decision, but some experts believe he will become a strong Republican Tea Party candidate.