Steyn: Trump’s Rise Shows GOP Base ‘Absolutely Hates’ Leadership

Columnist and author of “The Undocumented,” Mark Steyn said Donald Trump’s rise in the polls shows “the voter base of the Republican Party absolutely hates the Republican Party leadership and establishment” on Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto.”

  • Clinton

    Let’s just say that regarding the party leadership and establishment, I
    have every bit as much respect for them as they have for me…

    While I don’t particularly trust Mr. Trump, and i certainly don’t think he’d
    be able to win the nomination, I’d like to thank the man for running.
    He’s steered the national conversation back to topics like immigration
    and the funding of Planned Parenthood when the Republican mandarins
    have tried to sweep them under the rug. For inconveniencing the
    party leadership and spoiling their attempts to avoid topics that are
    important to us at the grassroots, I’d say I owe Mr. Trump a ‘thank you’.

  • Dana Garcia

    Republican elites better snap out of it, or they will get a bad surprise in the next election when millions of us stay home in disgust.

    • GottaQHFilly

      They don’t care. The permanent bi-fusion party are all colluding together and share equally in the graft.

  • Xavier

    Well duh.

  • Linda1000
  • barryjr

    Finally, a talking head that understands what is happening. Trump may be alot of things but at least he isn’t as big a fraud as most of his Republican opponents.

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    ” MOBILE PHONE PLANT IN CHINA IS OPERATED ALMOST ENTIRELY BY MACHINES” – previous story How about, it doesn’t matter any more if everyone is either looking for welfare or on welfare already. Welfare recipients don’t tend to care about traditional civil liberties – because they claim need and victimhood rather than civil liberties and service to country. Hill Clinton, despite her character and record, could win simply because her faction understands that. Most, on the other side, do not understand it. They keep blathering about character and record as if facts still mattered. The only fact that would ever matter would be – the government stops dispensing welfare. Denyse O’Leary, Ottawa