Apr 30, 2016

George Will on Trump

"A convention’s sovereign duty is to choose a plausible nominee who has a reasonable chance to win, not to passively affirm the will of a mere plurality of voters recorded episodically in a protracted process.
Trump would be the most unpopular nominee ever, unable to even come close to Mitt Romney’s insufficient support among women, minorities and young people. In losing disastrously, Trump probably would create down-ballot carnage sufficient to end even Republican control of the House. Ticket splitting is becoming rare in polarized America: In 2012, only 5.7 percent of voters supported a presidential candidate and a congressional candidate of opposite parties." (Will's complete column is HERE)

Will GOP Voters listen to him? Or is Trump the inevitable nominee and the inevitable loser in November? 

1 comment:

Jay Croft said...

"Or is Trump the inevitable nominee and the inevitable loser in November?"

I certainly hope so.