Wednesday on the Fox News Channel, “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host and Daily Caller editor Tucker Carlson warned the GOP not to dismiss the will of Republican voters when it comes to the party’s 2016 presidential nominee.
Carlson was referring to the possibility of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump not receiving the nomination, even if he lost the upcoming state of Indiana’s Republican presidential primary to his nearest competitor, Ted Cruz.
“[Trump] is on track to receive more votes than any Republican nominee ever,” Carlson said. “He’s already surpassed Mitt Romney’s number in 2012. It doesn’t mean he’s a great guy or that he’ll be a great president. It does mean that he is the choice of Republican voters and give them the finger at your peril.”
Carlson added Trump’s appeal to voters was an economic one and that it was time for the put those voters ahead of “donors and think tank intellectuals.”
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