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)