At least that's what this Washington Post article by Chris Cillizza (predicts?) (foretells?) (warns):
And, the delegate math is close to conclusive: Donald Trump will be extremely close to the 1,237 delegates he needs to formally claim the party's nomination by the end of the primary process.
That might be good or bad news, depending on your viewpoint. My noggin tells me that it's bad for Republicans, and the Republic for which we stand. However, polls tell us that Trump would fare the worst against Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton in the general election.. So, it's up to other Republicans to coalesce behind one not-trump candidate. Jeb Bush gave up his race and his potential delegates in a courageous act of self-immolation. But apparently the egos of the remaining field--Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich--are too huuuuggggeee to do anything as brave and self-sacrificing. (I prefer Rubio or Kasich who do best against either Democrat in head-to-head polls.
Whether it's Trump, Clinton and Sanders that wins the election, Republicans, you will be the ones most responsible for putting one of them in the White House and jeopardizing America. When are we going to learn?
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