Rumor Has It, Republicans Want To Take Down Their Own Front-runner...Again
Rumor has it that the Republican establishment is plotting again to knock GOP front-runner off the top pedestal in order to move another candidate to the front.
According to The Associated Press, some leading Republicans are looking at ways to create a takedown campaign.
It's obvious that despite his high polls numbers and popularity with conservative voters, Trump is not favored in the Republican establishment.
Mitt Romney's former deputy campaign manager Katie Packer commented, "At some point, the things he says go from being 'crazy old Donald Trump' to defining — this is how Republicans think and feel. And that's dangerous."
Packer spoke about rumors of a well-funded effort to collapse the real estate mogul's campaign.
She added, "Folks have to remember that (campaign) lead changes don't just happen. Something causes them to happen."
But on Rush Limbaugh's radio talk show Wednesday, Limbaugh marveled at the lengths the GOP establishment may go.
He asked, "When is the last time you remember a political party working so hard to bring down its own front-runner?"
Do you think the GOP establishment can topple Trump?