(Worthy News) - With a few big-name GOP regulars, from moderate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to conservative stalwart Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, now endorsing the agile Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman continues to flummox his party's lumbering establishment.
The party's powerful few -- and for its own reasons much of the press -- have argued for grabbing hold of one or another proposed plan to stop Mr. Trump. Some in the establishment find math getting in the way and already are planning for a brokered convention.
"Many Republican political elites out to stop Trump want all but one of his rivals to bail now," said Dan Schneider, executive director of the American Conservative Union. [ Source ]
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