It won’t be ‘all roses’ on Nov. 9 …. that’s when the ‘real war’ will start … THEY won’t go away quietly!! THEY may not even go away …. obstruct, obstruct, obstruct!!
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Will the GOP remain the party of Trump post-2016?
You may think the Republican Party is in the midst of a civil war.
You ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
If Donald Trump loses the election next week, “there will be a lot of blood left on the floor between November and the 2020 primaries,” predicts GOP consultant John Weaver, who advised John Kasich’s campaign.
For all the attention on the fights between Trump and a faction of Republicans who have refused to support him, most GOP elected officials have so far taken the path of least resistance. They’ve supported their party’s nominee, even if they’re not thrilled about him.
These Republicans — from Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and Reince Priebus to Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Tom Cotton, and many others — have calculated that since Trump was the nominee chosen by Republican voters…
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