Months ago when @realDonaldTrump declared his candidacy, my gut told me this was pure Clinton strategy: Another loud-mouthed billionaire splitting the vote and leading to a Clinton win as it did in 1992.
Nothing Trump has done – before his candidacy, and since he announced it – has convinced me otherwise.
I’m not alone: John Hinderaker is asking IS TRUMP A DEMOCRATIC PARTY AGENT?;
PAUL [Mirengoff] ADDS: If Trump is an agent of the Democrats (reportedly he talked about running for president with Bill Clinton shortly before entering the race), we should call him Agent Orange, in honor of his “spray tan.”
Of course, if Trump were an agent for the Dems, it would mean he is willing to fight for something other than himself. The fatal flaw in the agent theory is that I do not believe Trump – the thin-skinned tough guy – would ever be capable of fighting for anything beyond his own self-interest.
So it falls to those who have integrity in the Republican Party (candidates, media personalities, public figures) to expose him , and they better do it now,
Either people are going to expose Trump now for the reprobate that he is, or the Democrats will do it in the fall when he is the candidate. If you don’t want a Democrat in the White House come January 2017, now is the time to wise up to what a clueless low-life Donald Trump really is.
If that was not enough, after this weekend, how can anyone in the Republican Party, the party of abolition and the Civil Rights Act possibly even abide anyone who does not immediately disavow any support from the KKK?
Now Trump says (again) if he doesn’t get the nomination, he’ll go third party
“Well, if they violate the pledge, which they’ve possibly already done, as you understand — if they violate the pledge, I will do something that will make them very unhappy,” he warned. “I have millions of millions of followers.”
Whether Trump is motivated solely by his ego, or is the Dem’s own Agent Orange, explain to me, please, how would the results be any different.