Trump To Win GOP Nomination, Or Destroy The Party Trying (VIDEO)

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Donald Trump certainly made a splash with his candidacy announcement. Within short order Trump came in second for one poll, then came in first for another, telling us that his message of hate and vitriol is resonating with the GOP base. And should Trump fail to secure the Republican nomination, he has already indicated that he may run as an independent candidate. In short, Trump is in it to win it.

The party leadership seems less enamored with him, as do those who are affiliated with them. Glenn Beck, for example, has been pointing out Trump’s pro-choice record in order to hurt him. They even drafted plans to prevent Donald Trump from joining the other candidates at the presidential debates in August.

Then there are the false comments connecting immigrants to crime. In the past, the GOP has been reluctant to censure troublemakers, but not so this time around, with fellow presidential candidate and high-ranking party member, Senator Lindsay Graham going on the attack while on CNN’s State of the Union this Sunday. His position that Trump’s form of politics has no place today focuses entirely on giving the cover for the GOP leadership to take action.

I’m very worried where we’re headed as a party. I don’t think this is the way to get the Latino vote. At the end of the day this is a defining moment for the Republican Party.

This is a defining moment for the Republican Party. We need to reject this.

If we don’t reject this way of thinking –– clearly, without any ambiguity –– we’ll have lost our way. We’ll have lost the moral authority, in my view, to govern this great nation. And I hope we will reject this kind of thinking.

I think he’s hijacked the debate. I think he’s a wrecking ball for the future of the Republican Party with the Hispanic community and we need to push back.

By making the campaign about Trump’s comments, so long as the other candidates fail to denounce them, they will be painted by them, as astutely noted by Graham. And the Democratic party is already taking advantage of this Democratic candidate Jim Webb called upon Trump that “This kind of divisive, inflammatory rhetoric from people who want to be commander-in-chief is not helpful.

Trump has positioned himself well within the Republican Party. But he has done so by exploiting the weakness within it, the racially charged rhetoric which appeals to the worst of society. By doing so, the GOP has a true mess on their hands. Unlike other candidates who appealed to this base, Trump has the name recognition and financial support to gain traction. With the early polls showing him in frontrunner status, the big question now is what are the party leaders going to do about it?

 

Reprinted with permission from Addicting Info

 

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