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Add Mark Levin to the list of those concerned that the Republican Party will be “blown out” this fall if Donald Trump is the nominee.
The conservative talk radio host is especially concerned about the billionaire businessman’s penchant for social media, telling listeners of Thursday’s broadcast:
“As a matter of fact, I’m starting to think we’re not going to win. It’s actually been in the back of my mind for some time now.
I fear we’re going to get blown out, and part of it is tactics, and part of it — quite frankly — is Donald Trump’s tweeting problems.
He tweets like he has Tourette’s, like he’s obsessed. Nothing personal, but it gets crazier and crazier, and it’s turning off more and more people.”
“These negative numbers are coming in big time. A negative view of Trump: 70 percent of women, 72 percent of millennials, 83 percent of blacks, 77 percent of Hispanics. Here you go, 68 percent of suburbanites.
I can smell this. It doesn’t smell good.”
Even words of criticism by Levin, the nation’s sixth most popular talk radio host, might not be enough to derail the billionaire businessman’s path to becoming the next Republican nominee for president, however.
Trump remains ahead in the GOP primary by double digits over Cruz nationwide, according to Real Clear Politics.
Source: Independent Journal Review