Trump's Republican Support is Leaking Like a Busted Balloon---Pff, Pff, Pff: Crapo, Ayotte Pull Support for Trump

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    Oct 08, 2016 4:39 PM GMT
    There's no need to explain the following report as it's self-explanatory. Bottom line: Trump is going once, going twice, and gone.

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    Crapo, Ayotte pull support for Trump
    By Eugene Scott, CNN

    Washington (CNN) — Two Republican senators on Saturday announced they were not supporting Donald Trump in the wake of sexually aggressive remarks Trump made in 2005.Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo and New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte became the first sitting Republican senators to back away from Trump following the incendiary comments."I have reached the decision that I can no longer endorse Donald Trump," Crapo said in a statement. "This is not a decision that I have reached lightly, but his pattern of behavior has left me no choice. His repeated actions and comments toward women have been disrespectful, profane and demeaning."He requested Trump step aside so Republicans can "put forward a conservative candidate like Mike Pence who can defeat Hillary Clinton."

    Soon after Crapo's announcement, Ayotte also said she would not vote for Trump."I'm a mom and an American first, and I cannot and will not support a candidate for president who brags about degrading and assaulting women," Ayotte said in a statement.In August, Ayotte had said she would vote for Trump but not formally endorse him. She said Saturday she will instead be writing in Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, on Election Day.

    Friday night, House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz became the first sitting Republican congressman to pull his support for Trump in the wake of the 2005 video, which was surfaced by The Washington Post earlier in the day.Chaffetz, the House Oversight Committee chairman who led the Hill investigation into Clinton's email use while secretary of state, continued: "So I'm not going to put my good name and reputation and my family behind Donald Trump when he acts like this, I just can't do it."

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/08/politics/donald-trump-video-women-remarks-republicans/index.html



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    Oct 08, 2016 4:56 PM GMT
    Trump is sinking fast. This may be the end, guys. Kremlin trolls here notwithstanding.

    I predicted this was coming. His history and character made it obvious. Once the long road to election day began he'd never withstand the intense media scrutiny, nor could he behave himself in public for that long. All that has come to pass. Good-bye, Donald. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 08, 2016 5:01 PM GMT
    The only slightly scary thing is this could lead to the GOP trying to force him out but every scenario involving that is so complex and spooky that I doubt they'd touch it. At best they'd get a candidate who could win or even would have won had only they been able to get their name on the ballots already in circulation.

    I've got mine. In fact. I had a 0.05 second thought that I'd love to keep the thing as souvenir (and I'm not a guy who collects souvenirs) but there's no way I ain't voting with that thang. In fact, I'll be personally hand delivering it to the office of the Supervisor of Elections. I'll just take a picture of it first and be happy with that.

    Their very best bet probably is just to make sure he loses. They lose the Supreme Court for the next generation or two but they keep their party or what's left of it for the next century or more. Towards that they'll have 8 years of rallying against Hillary to rebuilt their conservative base and erase all memory of Trump.

    I've faith they'll find a way during that time to blame him on Hillary.
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    Oct 08, 2016 5:05 PM GMT
    I see why Hillary puts all you democrats in her BUCKET OF LOSERS.

    A Bush video leaked by Hillary's globalist friends....the Bushes?


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    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/08/anti-trump-republicans-rush-express-outrage-trump-video-george-h-w-bushs-nephew/
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    Oct 08, 2016 8:03 PM GMT
    theantijock saidThe only slightly scary thing is this could lead to the GOP trying to force him out but every scenario involving that is so complex and spooky that I doubt they'd touch it. At best they'd get a candidate who could win or even would have won had only they been able to get their name on the ballots already in circulation.

    I've got mine. In fact. I had a 0.05 second thought that I'd love to keep the thing as souvenir (and I'm not a guy who collects souvenirs) but there's no way I ain't voting with that thang. In fact, I'll be personally hand delivering it to the office of the Supervisor of Elections. I'll just take a picture of it first and be happy with that.

    Their very best bet probably is just to make sure he loses. They lose the Supreme Court for the next generation or two but they keep their party or what's left of it for the next century or more. Towards that they'll have 8 years of rallying against Hillary to rebuilt their conservative base and erase all memory of Trump.

    I've faith they'll find a way during that time to blame him on Hillary.


    Trump's hubris and ego will not allow him quit with dignity. He's already said that there's "zero chance" he'd quit. This "man" is simply shameless.
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    Oct 08, 2016 8:17 PM GMT
    theantijock saidThe only slightly scary thing is this could lead to the GOP trying to force him out but every scenario involving that is so complex and spooky that I doubt they'd touch it. At best they'd get a candidate who could win or even would have won had only they been able to get their name on the ballots already in circulation.

    I've got mine. In fact. I had a 0.05 second thought that I'd love to keep the thing as souvenir (and I'm not a guy who collects souvenirs) but there's no way I ain't voting with that thang. In fact, I'll be personally hand delivering it to the office of the Supervisor of Elections. I'll just take a picture of it first and be happy with that.

    Their very best bet probably is just to make sure he loses. They lose the Supreme Court for the next generation or two but they keep their party or what's left of it for the next century or more. Towards that they'll have 8 years of rallying against Hillary to rebuilt their conservative base and erase all memory of Trump.

    I've faith they'll find a way during that time to blame him on Hillary.




    Trump has to go willingly, he would have to cooperate with the RNC for replacement. They are dealing with a narcissistic egomaniac, add in the fact his supporters (probably around 35% of the republican party-although we wont know until after election) would probably throw a tantrum and purposely throw the entire election so that who ever replaced Trump, assuming Pence, would have no chance of winning anyway. Ballots are being mailed and early voting has started

    This is the beginning of the end of the party, if Democrats come out in droves, we could also change congress, the House and Senate from red to blue. We already know what is at stake with SCOTUS
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    Oct 08, 2016 9:28 PM GMT
    He can't quit if he wants to have a base to crank up trump tv which it seems he's been working on for a while now.

    In fact, I'd speculate that GOP calling for him to step down is nothing but posing. That's them trying to reduce damage down ticket.

    But behind the scenes I'd place casino odds that they've warned him to stick it out as Candidate for Piñata.

    For them to try and push him out, they'd break up their own party. For him to drop out, he'd blow up the party for them. His supporters would open carry in protest and the GOP bosses would set one of them up to take revenge. And that would be the end of Trump.

    Donald is in way over his head. What a stupid fuck.
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    Oct 08, 2016 9:45 PM GMT
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