Is the GOP going to "break glass" over Trump?
The RNC has the authority to choose a new nominee, but only if the convention's choice has died, become incapacitated or voluntarily withdrawn from the race. The smear attack to declare Trump “mentally incompetent” is now in full swing because of his ignorant honesty. Does he have a disqualifying narcissistic personality disorder? Reasonable conservatives wonder what happened to their party. Trump : megalomaniac or a simple narcissist?
The problem is not Trump it is both political parties that have become more and more dysfunctional over the last several decades. Neither party has had any solutions, but both parties have added to the problems of the country.
Neither the Democrat or Republican party are there for the people. The last bastion of loyalty by their party voters is causing the divide in the country.
The republican party failed to unify with Donald Trump, and the republican voters have not told Ted Cruz and John Kasich to move on , or move to another party.
It is one thing for the two parties to be diametrically opposed, but one can no longer consider a party that is diametrically opposed to itself.
What happened to the republican and democrat parties is their kimono slipped wide open and what we see is disgusting, vile and is the puppeteer of the loyal party voters.
Neither party represents the people. And once again, it has to be said, neither party is helping the people or the country.
Instead of looking at Trump as a party problem, the voters need to see and understand their party is using them.
How can you make a binary choice such as Trump : megalomaniac or a simple narcissist?
What does that even mean? If people take this binary choice as valid, then I submit they are puppets, and should not vote in this or any election.
The choice is only to be made in November during a proper election, and not under the yellowish journalism, and muckraking. If people don't like Trump than don't vote for him. It is as simple as that.
There is no credibility to your question in the first place.
Sources indicate a concerted effort is now underway among a group of Establishment Democrats and Republicans to try and convince the American people that Donald Trump is mentally unfit to serve as President of the United States.
There are no names here, and it appears to be a trial balloon by unknown, but probably democrats trying to create doubt about Trump.
Your question is just what they want to do damage without being identified themselves.
This is nothing more than a rumor, that you are flying without any credible information. Name some names
Speak for yourself. Im quite happy with the democratic party. Hillarys gonna smash cituzens u. Think trump would? Wheres his tax returns????
Bradmaster, THANK YOU, the RNC are undermining Trump. They were against Trump from the beginning.
@ Brad Great job of writing the very visceral image 'kimono open - vile & disgusting' - you should expand on that theme in a hub I would think!
Now the media says that Trump has destroyed the GOP. Has he? Isn't that a good thing? Split in what
I vote megalomaniac. Only a mega would act like nothing he says or does is ever wrong. Hes like all the rest of the fascists. Blame the left, immigrants, obama, clinton, but all the right wingers are saints. Look to biz=gov as the answer. Businessmen will save us. Yeah, rigth! This country has had enough robber barons. And the 21st century variety are just as oafish as former decade robbers. A country is not a business for profit to be made. Its a collection of people wanting the best life for their children. I swear, this dumpy trump has all his exes say the same thing---probly pays them :"that was the best sex i ever had". Look at his feet and his hands....i doubt it.
Win win win....thats not my motto. America first i surely can agree with, but hes in bed with bibi! Yes, i vote megalomaniac. He was born with a silver microphone in his mouth. "Im the best!im the best"....YAWWWWNNNN
Trump has a reputation for not paying paying in full/at all with contractors as a business strategy - don't know about his exes tho'.
Also a rep for not liking black people. Was fined for not wanting to rent to them, allegedly had black people removed from floor of casino when he came down, etc. And where are his tax returns?
His exes were forced into signing non-disclosure agreements in their pre-nups. That was what he paid for and what he got. He bought all of his wives. They really got the 'short' end of the stick!
Wow don't you have anything more substantial to deal with.
None of this has to do with politics, or the government, and working for the government. The public sector is $18 trillion in debt, and in the private sector that would be bankruptcy.
@brad, Because he has no experience in politics, or the government, and working for the government. - so what has he done in the past that suggests he should be prez?
Obama is a narcissist, down to going around Congress and passing legislation through interpretation of various statutes when Congress didn't pass things like illegal alien amnesty.
Trump isn't crazy, only ambitious. And all the extreme statements walked back and A/B channel testing of ideas when speaking, are negotiating tactics per his books. If he's described those methods rationally in business books for two decades, it is a technique, not insanity.
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