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The GOP Has Lost Their War On Trump



  • Donald Trump's meeting yesterday with the heads of the Republican party did not go as well as planned.
  • Apparently, Trump shared strong words with Arizona Senator Jeff Flake.
  • The Representative from South Carolina, Mark Sanford, straight up said that he “wasn't particularly impressed,” by Donald Trump.

Donald Trump had a meeting yesterday, that could have been one of the most important in his political career. The House and Senate Republicans met with Trump at the Republican National Committee Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and apparently, the meeting could have gone better.

The Republican Representative from South Carolina, Mark Sanford, “wasn't particularly impressed” by Trump. “I wasn’t particularly impressed. It was the normal stream of consciousness that’s long on hyperbole and short on facts. At one point, somebody asked about Article I powers: What will you do to protect them? I think his response was, ‘I want to protect Article I, Article II, Article XII,’ going down the list. There is no Article XII.” Sanford said.

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It has been reported by the Washington Post that the worst verbal exchange, during the meeting, was between Trump and Republican Senator from Arizona, Jeff Flake.

Apparently, Trump told Flake, “You’ve been very critical of me.”

Flakes response was fast, direct, and to the point, ““Yes, I’m the other senator from Arizona — the one who didn’t get captured — and I want to talk to you about statements like that.”

This comment is referring to Trump's comment about Senator John McCain. Last year, Trump questions whether or not McCain could be called a war hero because he was captured during the Vietnam war.

Flake's comment to reporters was, “I want to support the nominee. I really do. I just can’t support him given the things that he’s said.”

Trump is going to have to learn how to work as a team with the Republican party if he wants to win the Presidential election in November. The party is a team, and he needs their support to get into the office.

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