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It’s Hard To See a Scenario Where Trump Doesn’t Become the GOP Nominee

Last month, I appeared on The Edward Woodson Show to discuss the GOP race. Woodson, who is a Trump enthusiast, told me the race would be over by March 15th.

Well, March 15th has come and gone. Trump has won three more states and could soon add Missouri to his conquest. However, the race isn’t over. Not for the moment. John Kasich’s victory in Ohio made sure of that. But the fat lady is rehearsing her aria. 

It is hard to see a scenario where Trump doesn’t win the GOP nomination. As much as Ted Cruz wants a two man race, I suspect he will finish third in a lot of Northeastern states. Although it is possible that Cruz, Kasich and the delegates that were alloted to Marco Rubio could make Trump sweat at the convention, I don’t see them unifying behind Cruz or anyone else. And if Republicans did unify behind someone else, Trump and company would leave Cleveland en masse and Republicans would be in full fledged civil war.

I wish I could see anything good coming of this, but I cannot. 

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