Trump has a pow-wow with unsupportive GOPe House leader Paul Ryan today. Anticipate Ryan, after following crucifiers of our conservative frontrunner and all of his early supporters, to now position himself as the leader of those politico wussies to the cool kids' table. Typical politics. Makes me ill. (That could be morning sickness.) DJT can't capitulate.
The holier-than-thou GOPe that sees elections as merely a money-making business has stomped all over We the People for the last time. They got us into the mess we're in with their failed, capitulating agenda that's gone along with Obama's fundamental transformation of America that includes devastating debt increase, deadly open borders, failed foreign nation building, exporting jobs, dividing the country, and quashing American exceptionalism... while laughing all the way to their personal bank accounts. (Punctuation, punctuation, my kingdom for some punctuation!)
Today, Trump can not cede any victorious ground to the losers who got us into the mess we're in. And he won't. He'll own the meeting like a boss. Can't wait to hear Ryan's take on it afterwards; anticipate it'll be as accurate as his infamous claims of balancing a budget... or running his Olympic-qualifying marathon.
Oh my God, what if Trump is.....reasonable?That would be Sarah Palin's worst nightmare.
Well at least it's right next to the one where one of her children DOESN'T drop out of school and get pregnant, and instead graduates with honors, goes to one of those East Coast elite universities, and then joins the Democratic party.
(C'mon Piper you can do it!)
All kidding aside it appears that Palin's worst fears might be materializing.
Does not exactly sound as if Donald Trump owned the meeting "like a boss." Perhaps he only attended the meeting like a presidential candidate who realizes he has NO chance of winning without the party supporting him.Great day in D.C. with @SpeakerRyan and Republican leadership. Things working out really well! #Trump2016 pic.twitter.com/hfHY9MdAc7— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 12, 2016
So I guess if Trump suddenly starts to seem reasonable that Palin will have no choice but to stab him in the back just like she did Ted Cruz, John McCain, Joe Miller, Sean Parnell, Todd Palin, Irl Stambaugh, Curtis Menard, and essentially every other man who did not live up to her expectations.