Tuesday August 4, 2020

The failure of the Republican Party to deal with the Tea Party has led to its extreme demise

The GOP is responsible for Trump - they owed us the duty not to nominate him

16th October, 2016
America could be in big trouble if Donald Trump is elected to office Pic: Getty

If, as now appears very likely, the Donald Trump candidacy implodes, some very serious questions arise. How did a monstrous, egotistical buffoon with psychopathic tendencies ever get so close to assuming the presidency of the most powerful nation on Earth? Can it happen again? And how can we stop it from happening again?

The blame for this complete betrayal of the democratic system must lie fairly and squarely with the Republican Party. They nominated him....

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