Culture Wars/Current Controversies

Vote for Trump? These Republican Leaders Aren’t on the Bandwagon.

One set of scumbags say they might not vote for the Scumbag-in-Chief. Oh well.

By Jonathan Martin

New York Times

WASHINGTON — It was one thing in 2016 for top Republicans to take a stand against Donald J. Trump for president: He wasn’t likely to win anyway, the thinking went, and there was no ongoing conservative governing agenda that would be endangered.

The 2020 campaign is different: Opposing the sitting president of your own party means putting policy priorities at risk, in this case appointing conservative judges, sustaining business-friendly regulations and cutting taxes — as well as incurring the volcanic wrath of Mr. Trump.


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