DUPREE: Why shouldn’t Trump call for party unification after dominating the field to this point?

I think the majority of the people coming out and voting for Donald Trump, are the same people who were silenced in 2008, and especially in 2012.

A lot of the people in this country (particularly Republicans) put their trust in the establishment twice in the last four years and have been left empty handed and somewhat betrayed.

So a lot of these people are voting for Trump solely because the Republican establishment has come through on any of their promises. McCain couldn’t do it, Romney couldn’t do it, and that has given eight dreadful years.

Trump has won a majority of the early states with a broad range of reach. He speaks to the white collar, blue collar, white American, black American and yellow American voter.

“I am a uniter,” he said. “But I have to finish off the project. You know, I can’t all of a sudden stand there and let people — you know, Fla Sen. [score]Marco Rubio [/score] was very, very nasty to me, I have to tell you. He was very, very nasty to me, and I guess he made a mistake, because I was more nasty to him. You have to finish off what you have to finish off. I can’t say all of a sudden, you know, let them make statements.”

“If we could embrace this moment as a party, we’re going to win so easily,” Trump said. “We’re going to win Michigan. We’re going to win New York, possibly. We’re going to win areas and states that were never in play before and would never be in play for any of these other candidates. I mean, Ted Cruz cannot win these states.”

Trump did a great job last night, and I think pointing out all of Mitt Romney’s inaccurate comments was appropriate. He did a great job and further increased all the reasons why more people should vote for him in the future. He will use all of his experience in business to make our country better. It is about time a business person held the Presidency for four years and teach the government how to save money and run Government like a successful cash flowing business with little debt.

He also spoke in the upcoming GOP debate tomorrow night on CNN:

“I think the debate tomorrow night will be a softer debate,” Trump said. “I really do. I believe it’s going to be a softer debate. I hope it’s going to be a softer debate. I can tell you that I go in much more as a uniter. … I think the wins last night were very, very big ones and very decisive ones.”

There is still a way to go in this nomination process, but Trump still holds the upper hand as he is in the lead and one thing is in his favor, they’re only 50 states so sooner or later the other candidates were run out of time.

Take time to share your comments below and let me know what you’re thinking. I would like to read some of your ideas whether you agree with me or not.

Wayne Dupree

Wayne Dupree is owner and founder of WayneDupree.com. He was named to the 2017 Newsmax’s 50 Most Influential African-American Republicans. He served in the USAF between 1987-1995. He saw time in Operation Desert Storm/Shield and is the father of three. He is the host of the Wayne Dupree Show.

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