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Front-Runner Donald Trump Is A Super-Republican, Who’s Denied By His Own Party

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By Dan Bart | March 15, 2016 9:40 pm

Donald Trump and they have no idea how to stop him from leading the party into the general election in November.

So there is a question: why are they so afraid of Donald Trump getting the Republican Party’s presidential nomination?

Very folk of GOP establishment think law of their comrade Trump. Being not as wise as they are he could do anything, like current Korean leader. And do it without consulting with them.

Establishment is not used deal with someone who didn’t get money from all the usual donor kind of lost not knowing what to do with their usual donations in order to have any control on Trump.

If Trump wins the Republican presidential nomination, voters will flock to the other side of the aisle and give Democrats the White House.

The GOP establishment are truly dumbfounded about how they will continue to use the executive branch to get laws and policies slanted in their favor.

Donald Trump, chairman and president of the Trump Organization, pledged not to cut Social Security benefits if he became president. “I’m not going to be cutting Social Security and I will tell you I appreciated what Ed Schultz said. He happens to be right,” Trump, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, said at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. This is defiantly not a GOP statement.

Donald Trump he has struck a chord with voters that can’t be ignored any longer

Donald Trump he has struck a chord with voters that can’t be ignored any longer

Donald Trump strongly stands by Planned Parenthood. “I have many, many friends who are women who understand Planned Parenthood better than you or I will ever understand it,” Trump told Chuck Todd, the host of NBC’s Meet the Press. “And they do some very good work. Cervical cancer, lots of women’s issue, women’s health issues are taken care of.”

All that means that GOP establishment is afraid of Donald Trump. Probably as much as Democratic tycoon.

Whatever the reasons, there is no doubt that two-party system – Democrats and Republicans – is destroying America. Both parties are in a death clinch and we are caught in the middle. But then again, there is nothing new.

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