While the rhetoric sounds good, Donald spends Saturday in Florida not only hitting Hillary Clinton but also other Republicans like Mitt Romney. Then he demands Republicans need to unite? Does he not understand he is the person causing not only division in the Republican Party but also among different ethnic, religious, and minority groups with his hateful speech, and derogatory comments?
Donald is no longer even original with his hate filled rhetoric with thousands at the Tampa Convention Center, Trump tore into “Crooked Hillary,” as he calls his likely general election opponent, over her use of a private email server while secretary of state. He called Romney a “stone, cold loser” for not backing him as the presumptive Republican nominee. Really, Donald has gone to the WWE for name calling? This candidate with the best of intentions by this author has more than the proverbial “screws loose” when he uses hate filled rhetoric, hits other leading Republicans, and uses the World Wide Wrestling organization to come up with names. Seriously, Donald is losing the muster to carry on.
While he continued on with more ignorance and arrogance, Trump said the Republican Party “has got to get their act together, come together to win.” He slammed Republicans in the U.S. Senate who oppose his candidacy.
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He spoke confidently of his own ability to win the presidency but warned that Republican seats in the House and Senate could be at risk if Republicans don’t rally behind him. “The Republican party has to be tough and smart,” he said. “If not, I’m going to win but a lot of other people are not.”
So with an estimated 50% of Republicans in no way willing to vote for Trump, and the whole of the Democrats looking at not voting for him, he has the arrogance to state either get behind him, support him, and win, or lose while he wins? Somewhere his mental conditions are sparing with his mouth lately and the conditions are winning over. The latest polls show Hillary has up to a 6% advantage, and that is without Bernie’s people coming into the fold and supporting the Democratic platform. Women, Minorities, immigrants, and Christians will either not vote, or vote for Hillary at this point.
Donald needs to evaluate his position in this election, step down, and allow a true Constitutionalist like Ted Cruz step up and win for the betterment of America.Tags: 2016 election Donald Trump Hillary Clinton Mitt Romney republicans Ted Cruz
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