The collective response from the Republican Party has been to ignore Trump’s dinner with Holocaust deniers.
CBS News’ Robert Costa tweeted:
For me, the story here is not how a prominent motive of hatred against the Jewish people ended up at a table with Trump. The story is the reaction of many so far in a party that could nominate him: a shrug or an indifference. It all ignores or ignores his nods to the Q Anon plot.
– Robert Costa (costareports) November 26, 2022
The Republican Party knows who Trump is and what Trump is, and they don’t care. It’s time to dismiss stories of the Republican Party trying to unseat or remove Donald Trump from power.
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If Republicans are serious about getting rid of Trump, then… Dine with the story of Holocaust Deniers It is the perfect time to mobilize, condemn it, and take action. None of that happened because the Republican party is now Trump’s party. He’s been remade in his image, which means very few people will talk, and those who do will find themselves out of the party.
Trump is a disaster for the Republican Party. He has cost them three consecutive elections and continues to do as he pleases because the former president does not care about the political consequences of his actions.
Democrats have built a coalition. Trump has built a religious cult, and cults don’t win elections.
Jason is the Managing Editor. He is also the White House press reporter and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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Member of the Society of Professional Journalists and the American Political Science Association