trump_thumbs_up_low_res

Donald Trump on the campaign trail

The GOP establishment has set up a plot to take down their own front runner for the nomination of the United States, Donald Trump.  Thursday, former Republican candidate for President, Mitt Romney started with the first steps to damage the image of Donald Trump then at the Fox News Republican Debate Thursday night the first steps in the GOP’s plot to remove Donald Trump as their nominee for President will take place.

 

According to CNN, Romney, who lost in his 2012 bid to be President, will give a speech Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics Forum, “will urge Americans “to make the right choices” and not support the GOP front runner.” With the debate Thursday night, and Ben Carson bowing out, the former Massachusetts governor, will say that “the only serious policy proposals that deal with the broad range of national challenges we confront have come from Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich.”

 

Trump’s temperament and ability to be the President is another factor that Romney will hit upon in his speech. Romney will classify Trump as a “twisted example of evil trumping good.” He continues on that “Trump’s claims that he admires Russian President Vladimir Putin while calling “George W. Bush a liar.” Romney also states that the current GOP frontrunner “relishes any poll that reflects what he thinks of himself.” General election polls, however, say “that he will lose to Hillary Clinton.”

 

The sewer talk that the GOP hopes will take down Donald Trump has only made the candidate stronger. On Tuesday during the Super Tuesday primaries, Trump brought in 3 million new voters. The additional voters can be compared to the election of President Barack Obama who did the same thing but on the Democratic side. The second part of the plot to take down Donald Trump is happening tonight during the Republican Debate.

 

Once again, Donald Trump will be at the center podium for the debate. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) flanking each side. The GOP is insisting that they go after Trump and that they hit him hard. The problem with their gang mentality is that it only makes Trump supporters more gung ho for their candidate. Whatever is said by the other candidates will not sway them or steer them away. They will see it as it is, an attempt to take away their voices, their choice and their candidate but the GOP will continue their onslaught. Their plan will only strengthen the candidacy of Donald Trump. The GOP had bett,er accept the choice of the people and that choice is Donald Trump