[ASI] Trump's Nervous Breakdown

August 5th, 2016 at 2:09 pm EST
Cliff Kincaid
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

Webster Tarpley, the left-wing analyst who predicted Trump’s role as a “human wrecking ball” in the GOP, is now saying that Trump may be forced to withdraw from the campaign. He says Trump may go the way of Thomas Eagleton, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate in 1972 who was taken off the ticket after revelations of mental illness and electroshock therapy to treat depression.

Recent reports indicate some GOP leaders want to stage an “intervention” with Trump, perhaps to save his campaign and “pivot” in a new direction. On the other hand, he could be pressured to step down. 

Yet, Putin and Trump supporter Patrick J. Buchanan insists that Trump still has a chance of winning. Other Trump supporters in the media include Breitbart, Drudge, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham.

While Tarpley has his own political axe to grind and sympathizes with those who want to destroy the Republican Party, his analysis of the fate of “the mentally troubled and cognitively impaired” Trump candidacy cannot be dismissed out of hand. Trump’s wild and crazy statements show no sign of ending.

Many Republicans are despondent. One supporter of Trump rival Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) wrote to me, saying, “Those who foolishly pulled the lever for Mr. Trump are reaping what they have sown - a narcissistic, thin-skinned egomaniac - The only candidate who could possibly lose to the corrupt, criminal Hillary Clinton.” This Cruz supporter, a committed Christian,  added, “God sent a great candidate in Senator Cruz yet he was vilified, slandered and attacked in the most personal of ways -- nothing was off limits to the blathering buffoon -- not Senator Cruz’s wife, his marriage or his father.”



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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