Revealed: Something Sinister About Trump Critics in the GOP That Will SHOCK Many Republicans

By Fred Maxwell. Some prominent Republicans may be willing to go to great lengths to ensure Donald Trump does not become the next Commander in Chief.

A letter crafted by Eliot A. Cohen, former adviser to Sen. Marco Rubio, and Bryan McGrath calls Trump unfit to be president due to his views of American power, which are referred to as “wildly inconsistent and unmoored in principle,” the Hill reports.

The letter was signed by over 120 members of the GOP foreign policy establishment.

The Hill reached out to 13 signers of the letter and were contacted by 11 of them.

Some members of the group appear to be showing support for Sen. Ted Cruz, who has been endorsed by FL. Gov. Jeb Bush and Sen. Lindsey Graham.

Speaking of Trump, McGrath calls him “a caricature of classless wealth.” He goes on to say, “Donald Trump is not a Republican, he is a caricature of the Ugly American.” (Read more from “Revealed: Something Sinister About Trump Critics in the GOP That Will SHOCK Many Republicans” HERE)


Donald Trump Viewed More Unfavorably Than Congress, GOP

By AOL. The turbulence the Republican party is currently experiencing does not look like it’s going to end or even let up anytime soon. New polls report the party’s front-runner is the most unfavorable candidate among American voters.

A Bloomberg poll, conducted by Selzer & Co., released Tuesday reveals the one thing American voters disapprove of more than the Republican party and even Congress — Donald J. Trump.

According to the poll, 53 percent of Americans view Trump “very unfavorably.” That’s half of the United States, as opposed to only a third of voters who view Congress in the same light. (Read more from “Donald Trump Viewed More Unfavorably Than Congress, GOP” HERE)

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  • jrm55

    Really???? They’re worried about Trump instead of the nig-Muslim in the white house abusing powers?

  • Marilyn Thornbery

    “Trump 2016”
    It seems they are all worried about their cushy positions and not the American people. Time for a change of venue.

  • HyacinthClare

    He’s the front runner, by a mile, but polling people keep asking the same 100 people who don’t like him so they can say he’s the “most disliked.” Count the votes he’s getting. Ignore the bought polls.

  • Dowhatsrigh

    Well the whole article is nothing more than the Power structure of the Republican Party is being challenged by the party members. The power structure wants to continue picking the candidate as a way to control the office to which they are elected. If the candidate is picked by the party members then the elected official allegiance will be to the party members, as it should be, instead of the power brokers within the party. Second, it use to be believed that you could not be elected without the media’s backing, but Trump is proving that wrong, so the Media is now afraid that they will lose the power they had. The fact is that the Republican Party members are trying to take back their party and have a say in it. The power brokers are afraid that if this is done, they will no longer be powerful.

    • cactusbob

      I agree completely about the rift that you describe. It has been going on for several years. The establishment leaders (RINOs) aren’t as interested in preserving the nation as they are about protecting their own power and benefits. This priority obviously is obviously at odds with the Tea Party and other conservatives, who keep talking and DOING what needs to be said and done to promote what’s good for the nation. This is the same stuff that agrees with traditional Republican platforms, and the RINO leadership don’t like it because it interferes with their own goals of big government and more spending. Republicans everywhere should recognize this difference and cast out the RINOs for being against Republican goals, and that would be the end of the problem. But money talks, and the RINOs aren’t about to give up control. Boehner was persuaded to step down, and Dave Brat took out Eric Cantor in the Primary, so those RINOs are now gone, but there are many more to go.

      Mitch McConnell, Senate majority leader, was given control of the Senate by the efforts of conservatives, but he has squandered that power by continuing to compromise conservative interests by making deals with Obama. He and many other RINOs need to be ousted by conservative candidates in Primaries. Perhaps a strong Republican President could speed things up, as attrition will take too long.

  • Daninfla6th

    “Bloomberg poll”!
    Says it all.
    Poll can be trusted as far as one could throw the former Republican, now socialist, billionaire.

  • greg stoddard

    CRUZ– I don’t get angry often, but when I do, I drink Canadian Ale!!

    • michael lawless

      and smoke a cuban cigar

  • liberty49

    The elite continue to ignore the will of the people. There will be consequences.

  • michael lawless

    the GOP is dead if they dont make trump their nominee
    they are pretty much dead anyway they dont seem to much of anything
    if they put half of the energy they use to discredit trump against obozo or cankles or even pass a budget we might make some progress in this corrupt country

  • Walker

    Misleading title, this is nothing but a “hit piece” about Trump. Not the first one on Miller’s website. Miller is about to lose a follower.

  • Linda

    I am certainly not a Trump fan, however, if he is the one running against hitlery, I will vote for Trump. The way I see it, in the Old Testament God used an ass to speak & warn someone, why couldn’t God use another one now days ?

  • uncleherbert

    Ted Cruz a man of my principles, I trust to pick the next three supreme court justices. Trump not so much, he is the crony capitalist who has supported democrats his whole life. To keep our Republic or not ? That is the question. God bless Ted and his family.

  • dufus

    More b.s. from the anti-Trump faction. The man is the only candidate who is not owned by special interests.

  • Paul

    I can see it now – Republican’s will lose this election to the Liberals because they refuse to listen to the people. That is about the right mentality for politicians and the reason Trump is winning. I hope Trump wins and cleans house. NO MORE ESTABLISHMENT POLITICIANS. SUPPORT ALL OUTSIDES FROM NOW ON!