This weekend’s Libertarian Party convention should be interesting to watch, but don’t expect #NeverTrump (or Bernie Sanders backers) to be enthused with the outcome. Plus, Leftist protests carrying Trump’s message for him; Are young people driving the Trump poll surge?, and, Rubio to Trump: Sure, I’ll speak at the convention if you want me to.
The competing interests within the Trump campaign are little more than a distraction for the media. Plus, Trump moves into the realm of professional ground game operations; #NeverTrumper non-believers still pining for Mitt Romney, and, Crooked Hillary’s email scandal about to blow up – once again.
Conservative blogger Erick Erickson may have provided a clue on how to get #NeverTrumpers to support The Donald. Plus, Republicans are warming to Donald Trump because he’s the voters’ outsider of choice; If Trump names Cabinet members ahead of the election, he might be breaking the law, and, Rubio rues his handling of “Marco Roboto” moment in New Hampshire.
The Trump bump is real. Whether Hillary gets one depends on Bernie Sanders. Plus, Has #NeverTrump become #AnyonebutTrump?; Whispers about Newt Gingrich for Trump’s VP are becoming roars, and, Trump to remain on American soil until the election.
The good people of #NeverTrump’s biggest flaw is they’re essentially telling people not to participate in this year’s election. Plus, Conservatives don’t always know what we want, but we know what we don’t want; Trump’s poll numbers are rising because Republicans are accepting him, and, Trump now top dog in the Real Clear Politics average.
Trump takes the lead over Clinton in a couple recent polls, but he’s still got a long way to go in convincing people he’s for real. Plus, Romney and #NeverTrump giving up the search for a third-party savior; Win or lose, political social media will never be the same after Trump, and, Conservatives receive reassurance that Trump Supreme Court list won’t change.
Trump releases list of potential picks for the Supreme Court; Obama isn’t one of them. Plus, With time passing quickly, both parties are facing big-time opposition to their own candidates; Mark your calendars for the Republican convention, Trump will make it must-see TV, and, Another potential #NeverTrump candidate rules himself out.
Donald Trump deserves credit for winning the Republican nomination more than anyone merits blame for failing to stop him. Plus, Donald Trump narrows Hillary’s lead in a new poll, but can you trust it?; Democrats have Bill Clinton, Republicans hide the Bushes, and, Trump to speak on damaging incidents during primary season.
Ted Cruz’s new video ‘No Regrets’ serves as a fitting conclusion to his 2016 campaign. Plus, the #NeverTrump group could use a little “instant replay” in assessing their next move in the campaign; Kasich rules himself out of the #NeverTrump third party sweepstakes, and, Obama gives GOP a bit of advice in regards to Trump.
With escape routes narrowing and without a clear leader, the #NeverTrump movement is running out of options. Plus, Obama’s bathroom decree hands Trump perfect issue to run on: de-federalizing schools; Does a “suggestion” from Donald Trump equate to a normal politician’s promise?, and, Ben Carson hints at Trump’s short list for running mate.
Presidential Horse Race 2016: Will the uniquely awful Hillary Clinton melt the iciest of #NeverTrump hearts?
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan met on Thursday and both emerged confident that any and all differences could be resolved. Plus, The uniquely awful candidacy of Hillary Clinton melts the iciest of hearts; Unity among the people may ultimately be possible, but not with Trump’s former rivals, and, Marco Rubio’s vote for Trump draws bitter rebuke from #NeverTrump.
There’s no way around it, Donald Trump must work harder to earn the respect – and votes – of conservatives. Plus, Is the #NeverTrump crowd now saying never say never?; Trump won’t release his tax returns, Romney pounces, and, Another poll shows Clinton and Trump virtually tied.
Ted Cruz won’t rule out re-entering the race. Plus, The #NeverTrump people have to realize that sometimes, stuff just happens; If you can’t think of anything else to talk about, there’s always Trump’s VP choice, right?, and, Poll: Trump and Hillary virtually tied in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.
The Cruz/Rubio “unity” ticket didn’t happen in early March and both sides are blaming each other for the failure to cooperate. Plus, After Trump, the RNC likely to tweak the GOP nominating process; Now that he’s won, the media’s shifting to anti-Trump, and, Cruz will still make his presence known at the convention – over the party platform.
Many conservatives want Donald Trump to prove he’ll govern as a conservative before they’ll unquestionably support him. Plus, The Bush family’s refusal to back Trump is a win-win for both sides; Mitt Romney as the Independent White Knight? You can’t be serious, and, Sarah Palin takes her name off the table for Trump’s VP.
#NeverTrump people don’t need to abandon their principles but they do have to at least be open to changing their minds. Plus, (WWTCD?) What would Ted Cruz do?; Rush Limbaugh sees a future with Trump in the White House, and, Paul Ryan’s wavering on whether to support Trump.
Donald Trump owes his critical win in Indiana on Tuesday night to flag waving protestors at his rallies in California. Plus, The establishment wants you to believe Ted Cruz was just a niche candidate. He wasn’t.; John Kasich loses heart, withdraws from the race too, and, Mark Levin lashes out at Fox News for Trump bias.
Donald Trump won convincingly in Indiana on Tuesday, forcing Ted Cruz to suspend his campaign. Plus, After the race ends, searching for clarity; If not POTUS, perhaps Justice Ted Cruz?, and, Trump’s national numbers are rising rapidly, too.
The media has gone out of its way to say today’s Indiana primary could mark the end of the Republican race, but it will go on regardless of the outcome. Plus, Marco Rubio’s remaining on the sidelines is still a mystery; Will Trump try to use the RNC Committee on Contests to decertify Cruz delegates?, and, Cruz confronts Trump supporter, gets an earful of Trump-isms.
Though Ted Cruz certainly faces a tough challenge in Indiana tomorrow, reports of his demise are likely greatly exaggerated. Plus, Pence endorses Cruz setting Indiana’s machinery in motion to stop Trump; Win or lose, Cruz says his campaign will continue after Indiana, and, Trump’s vice presidential pick likely to wait until July.