Donald Trump Will Hammer Desperate Marco Rubio
Saturday, conservative commentator Pat Buchanan ripped the Republican Party establishment, saying that its backing of Marco Rubio over front-runner Donald Trump represented “a point of desperation and total panic.”
“I’m sure it’s delighted with Marco Rubio savaging Donald Trump,” Pat Buchanan said. “But really, Rubio, in the numbers he’s gotten, suggest this: He’s failed Middle America.
“Middle America has asked for 25 years to get control of the borders, stop these trade deals shipping jobs overseas, no more of these wars where Americans come back in body bags and the wars aren’t won. The Republican establishment hasn’t been listening to the people.
“Donald Trump, the success he’s gotten, represents exactly the opposite side of the coin of the failures of the Republican establishment,” he said. “That’s why he is winning all these votes.”
Mr. Buchanan said that if the fight for the nomination ended up with a brokered convention in July, and Donald Trump is not the nominee “it would rip the party to pieces as has not been done since 1912, when Theodore Roosevelt walked out and created a new party and sent William Howard Taft to win the election.”
Jan Brewer, the former Republican Governor of Arizona, endorsed Donald Trump for President Saturday afternoon.
It follows endorsements by Chris Christie, New Jersey’s Governor, and Paul LePage, Maine’s Governor.
Gov. Brewer cited Donald Trump’s pledge to secure the Mexican border: “For years I pleaded with the federal government to do their job and secure our border. Today, we can elect a President who will do just that – Donald J. Trump. Mr. Trump will secure our borders, defend our workers and protect our sovereignty. Mr. Trump will stand for our law enforcement, our police and our immigration officers. Mr. Trump will actually enforce the rule of law.
She added that as Arizona Governor, she has witnessed the, “heartache, loss and suffering caused by illegal immigration. I’ve seen communities destroyed by the drugs, gangs, drop houses and cartels. The cost of health care, education and incarceration for illegal immigrants places a crushing burden on taxpayers. Workers of all backgrounds are deprived of jobs and income from our open, bleeding border.”
The young and junior US Senator from Florida, having failed middle class Americans, and losing everywhere, now desperate (and sweating profusely) has started to attack GOP front runner Donald Trump.
The fact is that he is not being taken seriously, he is out of touch with the American voters, he is a loser.
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