NYT’s Peters: There Is a Real Existential Identity Crisis About What the Party Will Stand for After Trump

‘There are a lot of republicans looking at the Republican Party after Trump’

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PETERS: “There is a real existential identity crisis right now about what exactly the party will stand for when he is no longer the leader. Do they go in the direction of somebody like Romney who is a more traditional Republican, somebody who -- who espouses the values of leadership and morality or do they go with somebody who is in the mold of Donald Trump, who is a fighter, who brings people to him more because of what he is against and who his enemies are rather than who he is for."

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