RNC Woos Trump with Seeds and Bridges

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Fear in the RNC

Paul Ryan, as Speaker of the House, has been a key operative behind the “Never Trump” movement, but now he is talking about planting seeds and building bridges with Donald J. Trump– the extraordinary presumptive Republican nominee who has had a worldwide cataclysmic effect, with entire populations turning against globalists (communists)– from Brazil, to Venezuela to Belgium– and more.

The members of the corrupt Republican establishment, and their fellow travelers– who are responsible for losing two elections to a socialist, are now wooing Donald Trump because they have no choice and are terrified of losing their positions in government (and their perks)– the latter being an ongoing scandal in Washington DC. But their game appears to be over, as Trump gets closer to becoming the next POTUS.

Trump has mopped the floor with the other primary candidates– and has inspired people to participate in the voting process– with numbers not seen in my lifetime. As such, there’s nothing the RNC can do to “help” Trump. In fact, it’s the RNC that desperately needs Trump.

I hope that Mr.Trump stays firm and doubles down with his plan to get rid, once and for all, of the very, very bad seeds at the RNC– along with the poorly built “bridges” (which have collapsed) as evidenced by the immense support that Trump has received from the voters– and their rejection of the GOP establishment.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Trump Wins Indiana Primary, declared GOP’s Presumptive Nominee by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, Ted Cruz drops out

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

A call for love…

Donald J. Trump spoke at Trump Tower in New York City following his massive win in the Indiana Primary, which forced Ted Cruz to drop out of the 2016 presidential race.

Reince Priebus, Chairman of the RNC, tweeted his acknowledgement of Trump’s victorious status by declaring that Trump is the GOP’s presumptive nominee. Priebus ended his tweet with #NeverClinton.

Here’s Trump’s speech during this beautiful spring evening in New York City. Notice how he uses the word “love” as part of his vision for America.  But no matter how you look at it, Trump’s battle against Hillary Clinton will be one of the most fascinating events in American political history. Game on!

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Trump does the “impossible” by sweeping all Super Tuesday states

The RNC establishment, along with Cruz and Kasich, are stuck on their obsession with making it impossible for Trump– in spite of his massive victories.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart 

Trump had a stellar victory tonight in spite of the obsessive schemes and scams carried out by the corrupt RNC establishment, together with Ted Cruz and Soros-financed John Kasich.

Donald Trump is leaving his opponents speechless– since neither Cruz or Kasich had anything to say.

During his victory press conference  Trump spoke with his usual confidence and stated that he considers himself the presumptive nominee.

Finally, Trump ended his speech by saying that if Hillary Clinton were a man she wouldn’t get five percent of the vote.

Couldn’t have said it better myself.

Someone has to say the the truth…

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Reince Priebus, we got your message…

A couple of weeks ago, Curly Haugland,  senior member of the RNC rules committee, issued some disturbing statements on CNBC, questioning the relevance of the Primary process.

Reince Priebus, the head of the RNC, stepped in quickly to make sure that Americans understood that  “everything is aboveboard.” In other words, that we are being forewarned about the methodical steps that the RNC is taking  in its obsession to stop Trump.

Today, Reince Priebus turned up the heat on this matter– and spelled it out (quote  from TheHill):

This is a nomination for the Republican Party,” Priebus said during an interview on WTMJ in Wisconsin. “If you don’t like the party, then sit down. I mean, the party is choosing a nominee.”

Someone has to say the truth…

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