If Mr. Trump wins a large manority of Republican votes for nomination, what will happen if he loses?
This question is asked of Mr. Trump winning or losing at the Republicans' July convention.
Demas, do you mean Majority or Minority. Please correct your question before anyone can answer.
Trump will win the Nomination, and the Presidency.
This election is Anti-globalism-at-America's-expense, anti-apologist, anti-Washington-elites, pro-American candidate. Trump.
The Washington poster child for criminal conduct and corruption, the embodiment of all that is wrong with Washington and politicians candidate. Clinton.
Trump is an America first type of guy, a Nationalist not Globalist, an International businessman, a billionaire who can't be bought off like all these lifer politicians who are owned by their backers... and who do not represent the people who put them in office.
Trump could sit back and do nothing, enjoy his billions, buy a place in the Bahamas (and anywhere else) and watch the bottom fall out of America, but he chooses not to... he risks his life and welfare to run for office, to expose the traitorous trade agreements we have in place, as well as the unchecked millions streaming across our open borders, that to me makes him a Patriot.
Isn't it time for Americans to wake up, for 25 years now it hasn't mattered who was in the White House or who ran the Senate... they keep passing one anti-American law and trade agreement after another... do the math people, your jobs are fleeing to other countries, your wages are going down, and your taxes are going up.
Clinton... she is the embodiment of corruption, somehow worth over 100 million dollars and hasn't worked a day in her life outside of politics, and her 'non-profit' activities.
Obama barely kept this country afloat by more than doubling our National Debt to over 20 Trillion dollars... the credit card is maxed out, the bill is coming due, and if we don't have the strongest of leaders, the most brilliant business minds and an America-first President running the show, we will live through a recession the likes of which will make 2007 look mild in comparison.
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