Steve Cortes: Trump Will ‘Consolidate the Party, into the Party that We Should Be, Not the Party of Jeff Flake’

‘Jeff Flake represents the Republican Party of 2015 I call them Republicrats’

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CORTES: "What I see is a path to success, a path to victory. And now with these tax cuts done and codified heading into 2018, I think the economy is going to go into lift off mode. So, not only do I think Trump will -- will face any threats within the party but I think he'll consolidate the party into the party that we should be; not the party of Jeff Flake. He represents the Republican Party of 2015, I call them Republicrats. Because there was really no difference between the Dems and the Republicans. They existed for Washington’s benefit, not the American worker. That’s changed dramatically now."

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