By Duncan Smith
We keep trying to tell the RINO class inside the Beltway that the Republican Party may still be run by them, but it’s not really theirs anymore.
It belongs to Donald John Trump, and a new survey proves us right, again.
Breitbart News has the details:
A majority of Republicans want former President Donald Trump to remain active in politics, a CNBC survey released Friday revealed.
While the poll, taken February 2-7, prior to the formal start of Trump's second Senate impeachment trial, showed that 54 percent of Americans want the former president 'to remove himself from politics entirely,' Republicans do not feel the same way. Rather, nearly three-quarters of Republicans, 74 percent, want him to stay politically active. Opinions vary, however, concerning what that looks like.
Forty-eight percent of Republicans, for example, want him to remain the head of the party, followed by 12 percent who want him to stay active but in a different capacity than leading the party. Eleven percent want Trump to start a party outside of the Republican Party. Republican National Party (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has dismissed the rumors of Trump considering a third party launch.
'I've talked to the president [Trump],' she told Fox News in January. 'I've talked to others around the president, who are talking to him every day. He's not going to start a third party.”
And yet if he did, a separate recent survey proves it would be successful — as in, it would instantly become the No. 2 party in the country.
But Trump is right not to want to go the third party route. The GOP is already long-established so the better plan is to simply take it over, which he’s done, and systematically excise the RINO faction from the ranks one election at a time.
'If we're talking about Donald Trump's future, at the moment, the survey shows he still has this strong core support within his own party who really want him to continue to be their leader,” Jay Campbell, a Democrat pollster, told CNBC.
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