Donald Trump is Unstoppable.

The goal of Sanders now is not to win the nomination so i doubt he wll quit.  His objective is to keep the agenda on the issues he represent and ensure his constituency are represented in the overall Democrat platform and national agenda.  Hillary will not get his support for free.  Bear i mind, he has much of the same talking points as Trump!  He will not disappoint those who carried hm this far!

cain posted:
ba$eman posted:

Trump is truly unstoppable!

For sure, like that of a runaway train...nothing topside to help with decision making.

The rise of Trump continues unabated.  Come June 7th NJ speaks loudly for Trump and baseman is proud to be part of that chorus!

ba$eman posted:
cain posted:
ba$eman posted:

Trump is truly unstoppable!

For sure, like that of a runaway train...nothing topside to help with decision making.

The rise of Trump continues unabated.  Come June 7th NJ speaks loudly for Trump and baseman is proud to be part of that chorus!

Our own GNI Baghdad Bob.......

rise.............continues.........unabated.........

ba$eman posted:
cain posted:
ba$eman posted:

Trump is truly unstoppable!

For sure, like that of a runaway train...nothing topside to help with decision making.

The rise of Trump continues unabated.  Come June 7th NJ speaks loudly for Trump and baseman is proud to be part of that chorus!

While Trump could be officially crowned at the GOP convention, he will be soundly beaten in the November 2016 presidential elections by Hillary Clinton.

Donald Trump is the Republican presidential nominee, and tomorrow is his first presidential debate against Hillary Clinton. The most anticipated moment is almost here. Donald Trump will surprise many as he walks across the debate stage to confront his challenger. I can hardly wait.

Cobra posted:

The most anticipated moment is almost here. Donald Trump will surprise many as he walks across the debate stage to confront his challenger. I can hardly wait.

Indeed, as Donald Trump stumble, bumble and talk incoherently on issues unrelated to the debate.

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Priebus promises RNC still stands with Trump

With Donald Trump’s campaign in a historic free fall, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus declared Monday that the party is standing behind its presidential nominee.

“First of all, I want to make it very clear that the RNC is in full coordination with the Trump campaign, and we have a great relationship with them. If there’s any takeaway from this call, that’s the takeaway,” Priebus told RNC members during an emergency conference call, which POLITICO obtained a recording of.
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“Nothing has changed in regard with our relationship and we remain very much involved and together in all levels of making these decisions with how to run this operation across this country.”


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Paul Ryan Turns Focus From Donald Trump to House Races, Roiling G.O.P.

The House speaker, Paul D. Ryan, dealt a hammer blow to Donald J. Trump’s presidential candidacy on Monday, dashing any remaining semblance of Republican unity and inviting fierce backlash from his own caucus by announcing that he would no longer defend Mr. Trump.

Mr. Ryan’s stance drew an immediate rebuke from Mr. Trump, who posted on Twitter that Mr. Ryan should focus on governing “and not waste his time on fighting Republican nominee.”

Mr. Ryan informed Republican lawmakers on a morning conference call that he would never again campaign for Mr. Trump and would dedicate himself instead to defending the party’s majority in Congress, according to five lawmakers who participated in the call and spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Effectively conceding defeat for his party in the presidential race, Mr. Ryan said his most urgent task was ensuring that Hillary Clinton did not take the helm with Democratic control of the House and Senate, two lawmakers said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10...ry-clinton.html?_r=0

It's time to resurrect the longest running thread that I have posted in honor of Donald Trump's candidacy for president, who is now the president elect of the United States of America.

Today, I have the same convictions that I had when Trump started his campaign that he will make a great president for all Americans. Finally, the American voters answer the final call to elect Donald Trump the next president of this great country.

My loyalty to support Donald Trump to the end has been paid off, and voters like myself who cast their votes and shared the same confidence in him has good reasons to celebrate.

Donald Trump will be the president of all the people across America. Let's embrace him as our new elect president of this great country that we are privileged to lived in and cherished so much.

COBRA

 

Yes go back and read some of the posts guys. By the end of the 4th year I would like to see Trump go down in the history books as the President that really changed America and bringing unity back among all races and classes. I think he will do well and people will be pleasantly surprised how well he is doing.

Amral posted:

Yes go back and read some of the posts guys. By the end of the 4th year I would like to see Trump go down in the history books as the President that really changed America and bringing unity back among all races and classes. I think he will do well and people will be pleasantly surprised how well he is doing.

And you expect this from a racist like Trump? Dream on!

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