Donald Trump may not be serious about his sometimes quixotic bid for the White House, but his campaign organization is expanding at lightning speed in the early primary states.
With campaign operations in nearly a dozen major counties in Iowa already, Trump barnstormed New Hampshire late last week and took the occasion to threaten and minimize his opponents.
In answer to the recent surge by Carly Fiorina, Trump warned her not to attack him then went on in faux humility to list a number critiques of her record while at the helm of Hewlett Packard.
He went on to poke fun at Jeb Bush and his stumbling weeks ago on the question of the Iraq invasion and whether he would have supported it.
Trump continues to lead the field despite a controversial performance in the first debate which appears to be polarizing the Republican electorate as either lovers or haters of his candidacy.
According to the latest Fox News poll, his command of the field has regained its 25% advantage followed by Carson at 12 and Cruz at 10.