It’s looking like today’s divided and angry Republican Party will choose Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, as he gets closer to winning a 1,237-delegate majority.
It’s looking like today’s divided and angry Republican Party will choose Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, as he gets closer to winning a 1,237-delegate majority. Chris Carlson The Associated Press
It’s looking like today’s divided and angry Republican Party will choose Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, as he gets closer to winning a 1,237-delegate majority. Chris Carlson The Associated Press

Can the Grand Old Party survive the 2016 election?

April 29, 2016 12:01 PM

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