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Sure, Trump’s potential primary victory would provide Hillary Clinton with the easiest imaginable path to the White House. If Donald Trump wins the Republican nomination, there will once again be no opposition to an ever-expanding government. Alas, the only businessmen crazy enough to run for president seem to be, well, crazy.
At least Ross Perot kept his craziness confined mostly to private matters, such as the looming disruption of his daughter’s wedding. From a libertarian point of view — and I think serious conservatives and liberals would share this view — Trump’s greatest offenses against American tradition and our founding principles are his nativism and his promise of one-man rule.
He doesn’t talk about policy or working with Congress.
He’s effectively vowing to be an American Mussolini, concentrating power in the Trump White House and governing by fiat.
n December, Public Policy Polling found that 36 percent of Republican voters for whom choosing the candidate “most conservative on the issues” was the top priority said they supported Donald Trump.
We can talk about whether he is a boor (“My fingers are long and beautiful, as, it has been well documented, are various other parts of my body”), a creep (“If Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her”), or a louse (he tried to bully an elderly woman, Vera Coking, out of her house in Atlantic City because it stood on a spot he wanted to use as a garage).
Trump has survived not only the fallout from his populist rhetorical outbursts during the campaign but also revelations dating back decades involving racism, sexual harassment, tax avoidance, among other accusations.
The Donald Trump you first came across depends largely on the decade in which you spent your formative years.
If you were raised in the 1970s, it will be the fledgling New York property developer working on renovating some of the city's most iconic buildings with what he would later describe as a "small loan of a million dollars" from his father.
By the turn of the millennium, Trump reached global stardom with the TV show The Apprentice.
His signature phrase, "You're fired", aimed at losing contestants on the show, took on a life of its own as one of the staple catchphrases of the reality TV era.
For constitutional conservatives, the Republican contest functioned less like a primary and more like an abandonment.