Trump keeps scorecard on ex-rival supports
Donald Trump, the last remaining of the first 17 Republican hopefuls for president, is keeping track of who’s winning on those previous opponents who are currently remaining with him, or not.
From one viewpoint, there’s Jeb Bush, who hasn’t embraced him.
“No, Jeb hasn’t done it yet,” Trump told a rally Wednesday in Anaheim, California. At that point, repeating his insult from ahead of schedule in the essential season, Trump said, “He will
Maybe for Republicans, things are getting very genuine.
With Donald Trump securing the GOP presidential designation this week, some in his gathering seem, by all accounts, to be restless. What’s more, in the midst of surveying demonstrating a hunger for an outsider applicant, the traditionalist Never Trump development is at the end of the day moving in the direction of a family confront:
On the off chance that the suggestions for Romney to bounce into the 2016 presidential race ever halted, they started again this week. Indeed, even as Trump remained on the doorstep of the designation, a whirlwind of sections showed up in print and internet, fantasizing around an outsider keep running from the previous Massachusetts representative.
It began last Friday, when really popular traditionalist blogger Erick Erickson, who energetically restricted Romney’s appointment in 2008 and 2012, composed on his site The Resurgent that the time was a good fit for an outsider offer, alluding to the “curiously high number” of individuals who said they would vote in favor of neither Trump nor likely Democratic chosen one Hillary Clinton.