Should We Expect an Uncivil, “Civil War of Words” in the Republican Party Next?

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

As we rapidly approach the Republican presidential caucuses and primaries in about two months, should we expect to see an uncivil, “civil war of words?”  It’s true that Trump and Cruz appear to be methodically moving ahead in the presidential nomination race.  Please see my blog post from last week for more details on Trump and Cruz.  If that continues to turn out true, no “establishment” Republican candidate will be nominated by the Republican Party.  It’s reasonable to expect that Republicans and the mainstream media will not rollover and give up.  Starting very soon, we can expect to see an all out assault on Trump and Cruz.  Let’s discuss this situation now …

What Will an Uncivil, “Civil War of Words” Look Like?

  1. Republican Candidate Rhetoric Heats Up Dramatically –Establishment Republican candidates and other anti-establishment Republican candidates will probably begin to make major attacks on Trump and Cruz.  The caucus and primary season will fly by and the next two months might be their only chance to change the dynamics of the race.  If a candidate only gets 1% in the polls by March 15th, it would take a miracle to get the nomination next summer at the convention.
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