Presumptive GOP Nominee Donald Trump: Republican Party Now ‘A Worker’s Party’

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Presumptive Republican nominee and real estate billionaire Donald Trump declared Thursday that the GOP will become the party of the working class, a remarkable stance in an era of mass Third World immigration encouraged by international corporations seeking to boost profits.

“Five, ten years from now — different party. You’re going to have a worker’s party,” Trump told Bloomberg News. “A party of people that haven’t had a real wage increase in 18 years, that are angry.”

“What I want to do, I think cutting Social Security is a big mistake for the Republican Party. And I know it’s a big part of the budget. Cutting it the wrong way is a big mistake, and even cutting it [at all],” Trump said.

The billionaire businessman said that while he was unaware of the GOP-backed Gang of Eight deal and subsequent immigration bills, which would triple immigration from the Third World to satisfy business interests, he backed border security: “When I made my speech at Trump Tower, the June 16 speech, I didn’t know about the Gang of Eight… I just knew instinctively that our borders are a mess.”


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