Why should anyone be emotionally invested in this man’s victory, if he refuses to learn, refuses to improve, and refuses to avoid making the same mistakes, over and over and over and over again? I’d love to see Hillary Clinton defeated. I just have no faith that Donald Trump is capable of doing that. Every now and then, he gains some traction, the polls get closer… and then he goes and does something stupid. And all of his supporters insist it doesn’t matter, and that we should all avert our eyes, and that we’re betraying something good and righteous by noticing what just happened right in front of us. And then they insist it’s not stupid, that there’s some brilliant nine-level chess going on that we can’t possibly understand from the outside, and if we just wait and see, Donald Trump will win in the end. Unless he doesn’t, because the election is rigged.Thanks a bunch, Republican primary voters. Before the debate, I spoke to a friend and said that Trump had two things he needed to do: 1) focus on the economy and 2) not look nuts. Instead, he threw up one word salad after another culminating in Miss Universe. The audience made a gasp/laugh when he said he had a "great temperament" and with good reason.
That’s not a campaign; that’s a cult.
Related - Powerline: "Does Trump really want to win?" "Because once again the Trump presidential campaign is looking more like a college frat prank that got out of hand."
Extra - Debate prep is for chumps.