Yeah. We're talking tea party, "red" America, the Right, but more specifically the Club for Growth -- the faction that the Washington Post calls "the economically conservative, influential tea party-aligned group that's known for propping up challengers to centrist Republican incumbents." They don't care for Donald Trump. But they're coming around.
The Club was vehemently against Donald Trump's candidacy. They spent millions this Republican primary warning voters across the country that Trump is no fiscal conservative.
Now that Trump is Republican's presumptive presidential nominee, the Club isn't necessarily on board with him -- but they're not actively trying to take him down either. Instead they're trying to walk a fine line between promoting party unity and getting people out to vote for Republicans who can be a bulwark against a President Trump. ...WaPo
For those of us who have watched Trump over the years, it seems absurd to call him a Democrat. But he has been. And CNN won't let us forget.
Before Donald Trump was a front-running Republican presidential candidate, the real estate mogul believed that the nation's economy ran better when Democrats were in control and that Hillary Clinton would be a strong negotiator with foreign nations."In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat," Trump told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in a 2004 interview. "It just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn't be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats. ...But certainly we had some very good economies under Democrats, as well as Republicans. But we've had some pretty bad disasters under the Republicans."...CNN