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Trump’s Dead End Republicans

The Trump endorsements are people who have reached the end of their political careers or failed at life off the stage. They covet the attention and proximity to power that Trump offers them. They're the very leeches we should be worried about as a nation. And they will compromise themselves to stand next to Trump.

Have you noticed Trump’s major endorsements. From Sarah Palin to Jan Brewer to Chris Christie, Trump is being endorsed by Republican leaders whose careers have hit a brick wall within the GOP. They have no where to go, so they are going to Trump.

They go to Trump not because they want to make America great again, but because they want to make themselves great again. They see a return to the government trough in their future if Trump gets elected. It is the very embodiment of the culture Trump claims to run against.

The Trump endorsements are people who have reached the end of their political careers or failed at life off the stage. They covet the attention and proximity to power that Trump offers them. They’re the very leeches we should be worried about as a nation. And they will compromise themselves to stand next to Trump.

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