Tag: GOP Establishment

Trump Teaches Republicans How to Win a Government Shutdown

Republicans, fearful of a shutdown, are already trying to walk back his threat. They do not realize Trump has just taught them how to face down the media and the Democrats, and to fight for their core policy priorities and the wishes of their own voters — and win.

Donald Trump: Critics Like Romney Quiet After Orlando Attack Because They Know I’m Right

During his Monday morning appearance on Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump said that criticism from establishment Republicans such as Mitt Romney of his security proposals — most controversially including a temporary ban on Muslim immigration — grew decidedly muted after the latest terrorist rampage in Orlando.

David Drucker: With Early Voting Starting in September, Donald Trump Doesn’t Have Much Time

David Drucker of the Washington Examiner joined Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon to discuss his recent piece at the Examiner, while also pointing out that presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump could use the political establishment’s help in terms of organization, if nothing else. “Remember,” said Drucker, “Election Day really starts in September because of early voting. It’s not November. This thing really gets underway in September. There’s a lot less time to do this on both sides than people realize.”

Trump Won with the Working Class Voters the GOP Forgot

Where did all the Trump voters come from, and where did the Cruz evangelicals go? One of the great mysteries of the 2016 primary is how so many assessments of the Republican electorate turned out to be wrong. The primary electorate that gave us Donald Trump as the presumptive nominee was dramatically different from the one that chose Mitt Romney in 2012.

An attendee wears a 'Never Trump' shirt during a campaign event for Donald Trump, president and chief executive of Trump Organization Inc. and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, not pictured, in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S., on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Trump and Hillary Clinton won their New York presidential primaries Tuesday, ending losing streaks for both campaigns and allowing the two front-runners to reassert control over their party nominating fights. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The ‘Never Trump’ Pouters

The conservatives who have declared war on the primary victor are displaying a myopia that could be deadly in November when Donald Trump will lead Republicans against a party that has divided the country, destroyed its borders, empowered its enemies, and put 93 million Americans into dependency on the state.