Some conservatives are STILL considering the option of launching a third-party campaign to compete.
Glenn Beck , Founder of the THE BLAZE, has very few on-air personalities left on his network. Perhaps the most popular is Dana Loesch, who followed Beck as he walked them both into the abyss known as the NEVER TRUMP movement.
Unwilling to embrace Trump the nominee, Dana Loesch is now talking about the Libertarian Party and Donald Trump still needs about 200 delegates to formally secure the GOP nomination. Dana, Glenn, and others like them — radio host Steve Deace — are now officially irrelevant and nothing more than noise makers. Fact is, now only Hillary Clinton stands between Trump and the White House.
Many say his first challenge will be uniting a fractured Republican Party, but Trump has said in interviews that he has already received many, many phone calls from GOP leaders who once spoke out against him, and are now wanting to come on board with him. Some are not, however.
The Associated Press reported that even before the Indiana results were finalized, some conservative leaders were planning a Wednesday meeting to assess the viability of launching a third party candidacy to compete with him in the fall.
Trump was a guest on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show Wednesday morning. When asked, he wouldn’t give any names on potential VPs, but said that he’ll “probably go the political route” in naming a vice presidential running mate, saying he’s inclined to pick someone who can “help me get legislation passed,” rather than using so many executive orders, as Obama has done.
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