Why doesn't Trump just go create his own party and run with it?

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When in recent electoral memory did members of a Presidential candidate's party literally fall all over themselves to distance themselves from that candidate? That alone should be enough to tell Republicans that they need to drive out the usurper and let him use his billions, invective and execration to form a party all his own. He can have the white supremacists, the poorly educated, the prevaricators and palterers, the haggards and malefactors, the insufferable misdemeanants and ruffians, and whatever other irredeemably boring personifications of vulgarity who care to goose-step to him.

Trump clearly has his own distinct ideas about how the country should be managed. Those ideas clearly do not align with the GOP's prior to Trump joining it. Why should Trump be a GOP member instead of just creating his own party? He can call it whatever he wants, although I suspect he'll name it after himself rather than a political philosophy. I mean really. What difference does the name of the party to which one belongs make so long as the ideas it promotes are consistent with one's own ideas in that regard?
 
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When in recent electoral memory did members of a Presidential candidate's party literally fall all over themselves to distance themselves from that candidate? That alone should be enough to tell Republicans that they need to drive out the usurper and let him use his billions, invective and execration to form a party all his own. He can have the white supremacists, the poorly educated, the prevaricators and palterers, the haggards and malefactors, the insufferable misdemeanants and ruffians, and whatever other irredeemably boring personifications of vulgarity who care to goose-step to him.
Why don't you douche bags worry about the criminal you nominated and leave us to run our party?
 

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Only when the candidate pisses off IMF.
 

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When in recent electoral memory did members of a Presidential candidate's party literally fall all over themselves to distance themselves from that candidate? That alone should be enough to tell Republicans that they need to drive out the usurper and let him use his billions, invective and execration to form a party all his own. He can have the white supremacists, the poorly educated, the prevaricators and palterers, the haggards and malefactors, the insufferable misdemeanants and ruffians, and whatever other irredeemably boring personifications of vulgarity who care to goose-step to him.
Why don't you douche bags worry about the criminal you nominated and leave us to run our party?
I think you should both fuck off.
 

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When in recent electoral memory did members of a Presidential candidate's party literally fall all over themselves to distance themselves from that candidate? That alone should be enough to tell Republicans that they need to drive out the usurper and let him use his billions, invective and execration to form a party all his own. He can have the white supremacists, the poorly educated, the prevaricators and palterers, the haggards and malefactors, the insufferable misdemeanants and ruffians, and whatever other irredeemably boring personifications of vulgarity who care to goose-step to him.
DNC cheated Sanders,called his supporters basement dwellers etc. sooooo there is your answer. You obviously haven't realized this is a war between the PEOPLE who voted for Trump and the elitist establishment who don't want the gravy train both the GOP and Democrats enjoy together.
 
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When in recent electoral memory did members of a Presidential candidate's party literally fall all over themselves to distance themselves from that candidate? That alone should be enough to tell Republicans that they need to drive out the usurper and let him use his billions, invective and execration to form a party all his own. He can have the white supremacists, the poorly educated, the prevaricators and palterers, the haggards and malefactors, the insufferable misdemeanants and ruffians, and whatever other irredeemably boring personifications of vulgarity who care to goose-step to him.
DNC cheated Sanders,called his supporters basement dwellers etc. sooooo there is your answer. You obviously haven't realized this is a war between the PEOPLE who voted for Trump and the elitist establishment who don't want the gravy train both the GOP and Democrats enjoy together.
Yours is certainly one way to try framing the matter. Whether it's an accurate framing, even if it's how large groups of people see it, is wholly different matter.
 

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I missed that, who are you on accuracy? Gotta love questions and topics where the OP asks opinions and then acts like he has the super-secret answers.
 

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Isn't that what TRUMP is doing as he first destroys the 'gop' ?? Forming a TRUMP party might be what he is doing 320 . Heck , destroy the rino gop by taking all their former nose holding supporters like ME and there you go , TRUMP has his party 320YEARS !!
 

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If HIllary loses, there are already plans for her new party.

 

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