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TRUMP would be most unpopular major-party nominee in 32 years

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TRUMP would be most unpopular major-party nominee in 32 years – PLAYBOOK BREAKFAST with White House Counsel Neil Eggleston and Senior Adviser Brian Deese: Livestreams 7:57 a.m. - POLITICO
TRUMP would be most unpopular major-party nominee in 32 years


“Trump’s uphill delegate scramble: The Republican front-runner risks an exodus of delegates if he fails to clinch the nomination outright,” by Kyle Cheney and Ben Schreckinger: “If Donald Trump loses in Wisconsin [on Tuesday], he will need to win roughly 60 percent of the remaining delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination outright — a daunting but not impossible challenge. ...

………………the 168 Republican National Committee members — each of whom doubles as a convention delegate — only one publicly supports Trump [Diana Orrock of Nevada], and she knows of only a handful of others who support him privately. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz has been whipping Trump in the quiet, early race to elect his own loyalists to become delegates to the convention.” ………………………

He is now second to a surging Cruz and a “snapping at his heels” Kucinich in Wisconsin ……………. Donald is on his way down……………..and needs no help from the those bad boogiemen of the GOP D.C. elitist..................

When Donald gets to the convention in Cleveland far below the 1237 he needs ..............will there be enough folks on his favorable side to do much about it as the riots Trump and Alex Jones suggest..........I doubt it.........
 

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It's pretty clear Trump won't be the republican nominee. If he wants to run for president, he will have to do it on his own.

Trump is an adolescent. Its almost inconceivable that a man his age could behave in such a childish fashion. I never like it when the media destroys a person. But Trump did this to himself. Were he able to ACT presidential, the guy might have actually won. He has zero chance now and rightfully so.
 

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If Trump doesn't get the nod and Cruz does, I am indeed hoping for a Trump 3rd party run. That way, the movement conservatives feel like they saved their party, and the country can be saved from both radicals when Clinton wins.
 

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TRUMP would be most unpopular major-party nominee in 32 years – PLAYBOOK BREAKFAST with White House Counsel Neil Eggleston and Senior Adviser Brian Deese: Livestreams 7:57 a.m. - POLITICO
TRUMP would be most unpopular major-party nominee in 32 years


“Trump’s uphill delegate scramble: The Republican front-runner risks an exodus of delegates if he fails to clinch the nomination outright,” by Kyle Cheney and Ben Schreckinger: “If Donald Trump loses in Wisconsin [on Tuesday], he will need to win roughly 60 percent of the remaining delegates to win the Republican presidential nomination outright — a daunting but not impossible challenge. ...

………………the 168 Republican National Committee members — each of whom doubles as a convention delegate — only one publicly supports Trump [Diana Orrock of Nevada], and she knows of only a handful of others who support him privately. Meanwhile, Ted Cruz has been whipping Trump in the quiet, early race to elect his own loyalists to become delegates to the convention.” ………………………

He is now second to a surging Cruz and a “snapping at his heels” Kucinich in Wisconsin ……………. Donald is on his way down……………..and needs no help from the those bad boogiemen of the GOP D.C. elitist..................

When Donald gets to the convention in Cleveland far below the 1237 he needs ..............will there be enough folks on his favorable side to do much about it as the riots Trump and Alex Jones suggest..........I doubt it.........

He won't be the nominee...but the damage to the GOP brand is already done.
 

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It's pretty clear Trump won't be the republican nominee. If he wants to run for president, he will have to do it on his own.

I agree he will not be the GOP's choice................But options to run a a third party has all but dried up................and if there was a way to do so..............He'd never spend the money nor would anyone give it to him...........



Like I've said..............................DEAD MAN WALKING
 

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He won't be the nominee...but the damage to the GOP brand is already done.


He sure has........and not yet in the news........damaged all those pro-life parasites organizations............there second step after making abortion illegal is to criminalize it ........

Folks in the majority don't like it so the income stream dries up............followed by the GOP dropping them because they no longer are "a profit center".........

And yall thought all of them were well meaning dedicated people who believed in their cause...........When the money train ends folks often show their true colors
 

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And......

Bernie OR Hillary would be the worst sitting Presidents for The American People in 60 years. They just don't understand that yet.

But hey, let's keep those illegal immigrants flowing in, the borders wide open and running business and manufacturing away and before long, we'll have the Utopia we've been craving.....

Who cares if it means we become 3rd world?
 
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OH NO!!!!

All of the popular major party candidates that have been elected in the last 32 years have done such an AWESOME job leading an America we can be proud of and confident in.

Please, give us some more popular major party candidates!!!

:roll:
 

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OH NO!!!!

All of the popular major party candidates that have been elected in the last 32 years have done such an AWESOME job leading an America we can be proud of and confident in.
Please, give us some more popular major party candidates!!!
:roll:

Gee...what could you POSSIBLY be talking about?

American is now the most respected nation on the planet
Government trust is at all times highs, people just ADORE the US government
Food prices are down
Cost of living down
Incomes are at all time highs
Only a handful of American are out of work
Manufacturing is flooding onto US shores
Our entire society is living together in never before seen harmony

Things are better than ever

What are you possibly spouting off about?
 

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Trump sued in Kentucky by three who say he incited crowd to violence | Reuters
Trump sued in Kentucky by three who say he incited crowd to violence


Three people who claim they were assaulted at a Donald Trump rally in Louisville, Kentucky, last month have filed a lawsuit against the Republican presidential candidate, saying he "incited a riot."

Molly Shah, Kashiya Nwanguma and Henry Brousseau filed the lawsuit on Thursday in Jefferson Circuit Court in Louisville, claiming that Trump's repeated calls of "get them out" at a rally at the Kentucky International Convention Center on March 1 was intended to direct his supporters to "use unwanted, harmful physical force to remove protesters, including the plaintiffs."

The lawsuit also names as defendants the Trump campaign and three individuals who the plaintiffs claim assaulted them at the rally.

The three plaintiffs, all Louisville residents, claim they suffered physical injuries, emotional distress and humiliation, and are seeking unspecified damages, according to the lawsuit. …………”


Seems these folk are taking the advice by using the Trump tactic…………………. Sue that basta%d…………like they say…..

What goes around comes around
 

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Gee...what could you POSSIBLY be talking about?

American is now the most respected nation on the planet
Government trust is at all times highs, people just ADORE the US government
Food prices are down
Cost of living down
Incomes are at all time highs
Only a handful of American are out of work
Manufacturing is flooding onto US shores
Our entire society is living together in never before seen harmony

Things are better than ever

What are you possibly spouting off about?


Seems you glass is plain empty
 

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And......

Bernie OR Hillary would be the worst sitting Presidents for The American People in 60 years. They just don't understand that yet.

But hey, let's keep those illegal immigrants flowing in, the borders wide open and running business and manufacturing away and before long, we'll have the Utopia we've been craving.....

Who cares if it means we become 3rd world?

...................like you have a crystal ball which foretells the future?

The middle class white with a HS education has seen their real wage in the past 30 years reduced by 22%...............and you're worried about BS......... we as a country will never be a third world country.........but yall will become a 3rd world resident unless you wake up and do something about the 1%
 
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