Trump's "my African American" has left the GOP

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  2. 101Coast

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    Trump talks like he's in a bar, which is fine if you're having a conversation in a bar, but not when your comments are as a person of influence.

    He's losing people and losing the race for the Republicans.
     
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    How can you hear anything when you have your fingers stuck in your years, figuratively, for the majority of the board's posters?

    There are none so blind as those who will not see, and none so deaf as the OP.
     
  4. aimeedee

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    This guy was fine with Trump's ham-handed comment at the time. It is Trump's pattern over time that gave him pause and should give everyone pause. Yes, he is killing the Republican party.
     
  5. Buck Dancer

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    This will be evident in 15 years, biggly. The majority of young folks cannot stand Trump and everything he stands for. The next election you might see it manifest in the 18-24 year-old kids voting in droves. We shall see.
     
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    Oh, no. Trump's losing his "blackground".
     
  7. aimeedee

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    I realize a liberal used that word which was as bad, if not worse, than what Trump said. But can you get past your deflection and acknowledge his departure is a significant statement?
     
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    That departure has the same meaning as does the :alleged departure" of the stretch jeansed sanctimonious hypocrite....

    Not much
     
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  9. Bartner

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    Why is it that only the old voters fear the loss of Don the Con? Time is not on their side, and ultimately the coffin (or the oven), rules, alone with facts and evolved thinking.
     
  10. SoCal93

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    How do you figure?
     
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    The older white male voters are afraid of the changing demographics. It is understandable that they would fear change, but it is happening. It is better to embrace it than to be motivated by fear.
     
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    This is what happens when good people bump bad threads.

    Just say no.
     
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    Wishful thinking.

    The 18-24 year olds I know all want Trump and would rather flush you turds.
     

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