So what do people think of Trump announcing he is not abandining GOP / starting a new party?
Personally I think he should have made work of usurping GOP the past 4 years but I'm curious what you think. Will he succeed in overtaking it? By destroying it first? Or will it have to be a chessgame to sideline the Mitt Romneys? Or does Trump (secretly) know/accept he may get more and more contained? Tea Party? Asking as an inquisitive dutchy so consider me ignorant.
@Xil I would think it's a decision based on fairly accurate analytics. If he had more like 90% GOP support for running for Pres again he may have tried it?
People who give Trump more credit than myself would also quote the relevant Sun Tzu passage, since the Democrat party is an even bigger goat-rodeo than the GOP at the moment: “Never Interrupt Your Enemy When He Is Making A Mistake”
How far do you think he may get inside the current GOP the next 2-4 years? Do you expect they will work against him?
@Xil I suspect he will have the same never-Trumpers, but he probably has a better idea who he can actually trust now?
That's if he's not part of the Oligarchy take-over of the planet anyways. I just never let my guard down with these jokers.
Yeah, some polemists explain that he represents "vieux-riche", the rockerfeller oil-pentagon millitary industrial complex axis as opposed to the progressive neoliberal big tech big pharma "nouveau-riche". Oligarchy either side. I have that fear too. Yet, he brought order to the millitary industry, but didn't wage much ware himself. I now see Biden drooling at continueing Obama's droning CIA middle east policy.....
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