GOP Finally Admits: Trump May Win Nomination
A group of top strategists for the Republican Party are starting to believe Donald Trump is a legitimate candidate and that he may be able to capture the required votes to seriously challenge the Democrats.
According to a poll by Politico, 81 percent of Republicans believe his chances of winning are higher now than a month ago, while 79 percent of Democrats said the same thing.
A Nevada Republican discussed Trump’s chances.
“A lot can happen in the next few months but it is time for everyone to stop whistling past the graveyard and realize that this is real and he could be our standard bearer,” the insider said.
News Max reports:
A South Carolina Republican added, “Donald Trump being the GOP nominee is now within the realm of possibility.”
Others are also trumpeting Trumps’ possible clinch of the GOP nomination — and beyond.
In Vanity Fair, David Burstein, founder of the political action think-tank “Run for America,” writes: “While I’m not predicting Donald Trump will win the presidency, it’s time for us all to realize that President Trump is not only not implausible — it’s very possible.”
And Ed Rollins, who national campaign director for President Ronald Reagan’s 1984 reelection and campaign chairman for Mike Huckabee’s 2008 run, told National Review:
“Trump is a serious player for the nomination at this time.”
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