Uniting a diverse coalition of blue-collar workers, pro-life advocates and people of all backgrounds, last week Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the U.S. election—becoming the 45th president of the United States in “the biggest political upset in American history” as The Economist and media outlets worldwide reported. The victory was

unexpected partly because polling models did not fully account for what issues motivated certain voters. Exit polls showed that “7 in 10 voters nationwide say Supreme Court appointments were either the most important factor or an important factor in their decision to support a candidate.” Describing those motivated by the appointment of new judges, ABC News stated: “These voters overwhelmingly favor Trump.” READ MORE