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Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:16 PM

 

I'm not so sure that Trump isn't trying to force the RNC to get rid of him.

He had a bad week last week. He thought he had support in criticizing the Khan family, but that back-fired. Then he saw the post DNC convention polling, and Trump, being a TV reality guy, follows TV ratings and polling closely. Since Sunday he has tripled down on everything crazy that you can imagine. If the RNC finds some way to get rid of him, he won't be faced with more humiliation leading up to the election. More importantly, he won't be faced with an almost sure defeat. Mentally unstable people think things out, and Trump appears to be doing just that. He will be able to say that he was cheated out of the presidency. In his warped little mind, that works.

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Reply I'm not so sure that Trump isn't trying to force the RNC to get rid of him. (Original post)
tonyt53 Aug 2016 OP
Loki Liesmith Aug 2016 #1
tonyt53 Aug 2016 #3
Loki Liesmith Aug 2016 #4
Loki Liesmith Aug 2016 #5
LAS14 Aug 2016 #2
Cracklin Charlie Aug 2016 #6
Setsuna1972 Aug 2016 #7
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Response to tonyt53 (Original post)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:18 PM

1. The RNC cannot get rid of him

They do not have the authority

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Response to Loki Liesmith (Reply #1)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:24 PM

3. Yes, they can, but the process isn't easy and will require the states to be involved.

 

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Response to tonyt53 (Reply #3)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:29 PM

4. The by laws I have seen

Only provide for replacement in case of a vacancy.

Is there another set of regulations you have seen?

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Response to tonyt53 (Original post)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:23 PM

2. It sure seems that way.

Unfortunately, he's going to have to take responsibility for getting out. There's no other way.

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Response to tonyt53 (Original post)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:33 PM

6. Then he can sue them

Win!

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Response to tonyt53 (Original post)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 03:50 PM

7. He's pulling a Bullworth

By doing everything and anything to lose on purpose. I'd say the mans had s serious mental meltdown and there's nothing his campaign nor family can do anything about it now .

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Response to tonyt53 (Original post)

Wed Aug 3, 2016, 04:04 PM

8. He's not thinking that far ahead. He makes it up as he goes.

He can't get facts straight. He lies more than anyone else. He contradicts himself.

He can't let the Kahns go because, believe me, they disrespected him, that I can tell you. Disrespected him.

Trump doesn't play chess or even play checkers.



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