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Tom Rogan: I Don’t Like Trump, But ‘Talk About Immigration’ Instead Of Pushing Him Out

National Review columnist and Steamboat Institute Fellow Tom Rogan argued that trying to push out GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is “the worst possible thing you could do,” and “if you have a party where people are very concerned about immigration, then at least talk about immigration” on Friday’s “McLaughlin Group.”

Rogan said, “people, at the political level, were somewhat unaware of that actual grassroot passion and feeling. And I think you see, actually — you know, Pat’s piece today, talking about, some in the Republican Party now who are trying to push Trump out. I think that’s the worst possible thing you could do. As someone who is not a Trump fan by any estimation, what we need to be doing, as conservatives, with Trump, is challenging him on the points where we disagree. But actually understanding that, yes, if you have a party where people are very concerned about immigration, then at least talk about immigration and offer your own solutions, which I think is happening. Pat would perhaps say it isn’t, but.”

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