Two, Stop Trump isn’t putting its money where its mouth is. After spending some $2 million to defeat Trump in Wisconsin earlier this month, the outside groups airing ads against the real-estate mogul didn’t spend a single cent on TV in New York (though they did shell out money in digital ads), and they’ve spent just $19,000 so far in next week’s contests (just in Maryland). Now the Club for Growth is up with a $1.4 million ad buy in Indiana. But ask yourself: If the message that Trump is wholly unacceptable to be the party’s nominee, why aren’t these groups fighting Trump everywhere? Indiana looks to be a real battleground in two weeks. But does the political needle move in Trump’s direction after running off six-consecutive wins? We’ll see. Here are our ad-spending numbers…