Why is the GOP running away from Donald Trump?

The Republicans are running away, as the country finds out.

The GOP’s current frontrunner, Donald Trump, has been in the spotlight since the summer of 2016, when the GOP was in a tailspin and had to face an angry electorate in an election that many predicted would end with a Hillary Clinton landslide victory.

It was then, that Trump launched an unconventional campaign to win the presidency, promising to end the rule of Democrats and the status quo.

Trump has done a lot of things right during his campaign, but the way he has built his brand has left a lot to be desired, including his attacks on women and Mexicans, his refusal to release his tax returns and his refusal, even in the face of mounting evidence, to release more than a few dozen foreign nationals he had locked up.

It’s no surprise that Trump is running out of steam, and he is not likely to win in November.

He is running behind a weak field, and it is not a good sign for the GOP if it is to be able to pick a nominee for president.

Why Trump is not running out in November is not that complicated.

He has never held elected office, and the Republican Party has never really been a party of large majorities of white people, who are not inclined to vote for a candidate who attacks undocumented immigrants or supports abortion rights.

He also is not very well known outside the party, having spent most of his time in New York and the suburbs, in which he has made some money.

Trump was the only GOP candidate to get more than one third of the vote in a single state, Wisconsin, and in the three states that voted in his favor he won by double digits.

In Pennsylvania, he beat out Sen. Marco Rubio, who is a Cuban-American, by less than 2 points.

And while he was well ahead in the primary, it was a very close race, with Trump winning all of Pennsylvania’s Republican-held House districts by a margin of about 1.7 percentage points.

He ended up winning Pennsylvania by about 2.5 percentage points, while losing to former Florida governor Jeb Bush by less-than 1.6 percentage points in the general election.

The fact that he was able to win states that Trump did not even compete in is a testament to his ability to tap into anger and frustration with Washington, which has never been the case in the past.

It is possible that Trump will be able draw on this anger and frustrations to make some inroads, but it is also possible that his message will simply resonate with voters who don’t like Washington.

How Trump could be beaten is not clear, as it was Trump who got the nomination, and there is no guarantee that he will be elected.

Trump does not have the popular support of most Republicans, and even in states that have voted Republican for the last 30 years, he is still unlikely to carry them.

And Trump’s inability to win independents, who were a critical bloc for him in 2016, makes him very vulnerable in the primaries.

But he has also managed to draw a large chunk of the Latino vote, which is one of the reasons that he is a problem for the Republicans, especially since they cannot appeal to the entire population, as they did in 2016.

The Republican establishment is already making it clear that it is unwilling to be on the sidelines.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has declared that Trump has lost touch with reality and will never win the nomination.

On the campaign trail, he was particularly critical of Trump’s refusal to make good on his pledge to build a wall along the border with Mexico.

He said that it would be a disaster for the country if the Republican nominee did not support a border wall and that Trump would never be able even begin to deliver on his promise.

“I will tell you that Trump does no work in the way that I think the GOP should or should not be,” Gingrich said.

“The first and the only thing I can say about Donald Trump is that he doesn’t get it.

The first thing that I hear is, ‘Oh, I want you to build it.

I want us to build the wall.’

No, I won’t.

That’s the second thing that comes out.

You know what the second is?

You hear, ‘I want you, we want you.

I don’t want you anymore.

You can’t talk about it.

You have to stop it.’

You know, he has not been able to get the message through.

So what’s the third thing?

The Republican Party is in a mess.

You are in a position where you don’t have any direction in terms of how you’re going to go forward and the party is not united.”

The only thing that Trump, as a billionaire, could do is continue to do damage, and that is to keep attacking, attacking, and

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