George Will Says Republicans Will Forget Trump ‘Fairly Fast’ When He Loses Election: ‘Trump? I Don’t Recognize the Name’

‘I’m fairly confident that Mr. Trump will be defeated in the election’


WILL: "I’m fairly confident that he will be defeated, Mr. Trump will be defeated, in the election. And the next morning, a lot of Republicans will say, Trump? I don’t recognize the name. They’ll get over this fairly fast. Our parties are very durable. Our two parties have formulated the political competition in this country since the Republicans first ran a presidential ticket in 1856. The Republican Party will survive. What the Republican Party needs like we parents say when dealing with an intractable child, it needs a time-out, and I think they’re going to get one."

(h/t Mediaite)

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