Hijacking The GOP?
Furthermore, that position is not tethered to reality.
From Real Clear Politics:
A top Republican consultant whined last week, "Donald Trump is hijacking the Republican Party."Read the rest HERE. And the author of this essay is not a Trump supporter.
Trumpism isn't hard to explain. We've had eight years of a mostly failed Republican president followed by eight years of a completely failed Democrat. Over this whole period, the middle class hasn't seen a pay increase -- while GOP political consultants rake in millions as a reward for losing. The fact that four of the wealthiest counties in America are inside or near the Washington Beltway says everything to voters about who is benefiting from a $4 trillion government.
The Republicans have only themselves to blame for this working-class revolt. These are voters who are horrified by what Barack Obama has done to our country and, so, in the 2014 midterm elections, they naively put their faith in Republicans to at least try to fix thing.
Why wouldn't [Trump supporters] feel betrayed?...
Neocons are masquerading as Reaganites. Over and over again. It's the propaganda war of this primary season.