Trump's Endgame Begins Now

Discussion in 'USMB Breaking News' started by Mrs. M., Mar 15, 2016.

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    If it goes Trump/Cruz it would be Romney forced to run 3rd party.
     
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    Not at all. He rebukes and denounces such behavior, pointing that Trump has trouble doing the right thing on matters of ethics and other troubles.

    If Trump is the nominee, he should go down on his knees and beg Kasich to be his VP candidate.
     
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    When your largest major backer is tied up with a SEX SLAVE lawsuit, you got problems.
     
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    Trump will easily take Illinois, while Cruz will push him hard in Missouri and Illinois.
     
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    Nope, he will, because of his reputation for innate decency and a rebuke of the sinner, Kasich will have no problem with it.
     
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    Major Kasich backer embroiled in sex-slave suit
     
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    The JakeAss making himself look like a JakeAss again!
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    Not a relevant point. If he's most disliked, it's by the media (not at all by the citizenry); and the media will slam any GOP candidate and coddle any Democrat candidate.
     
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    As WHAT... The Butt Hurt Party? :lol:
     
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    I bitch slapped Vigilante again. Told him Kasich would win OH and that Cruz would slow down Trump in MO and NC.

    There is no way now, with Rubio out, that Trump is going to get a majority of delegates.

    df can keep posting that link, but it means nothing in terms of the race.

    I told you all that Trump was beginning to lose traction two weeks ago, and now the grind will get harder, he will slow and not get enough delegates to force the convention's hand.

    We can't win the WH now, I think, because of the Trumphuks, but we should be able to hold a one or two seat majority in the Senate.
     

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