Soltis Anderson: If Trump’s Shifting Dramtically, Will GOP Voters Go with Him?

‘ — or does he lose some of his own party?’

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SOLTIS ANDERSON: "That’s right, you had, especially online, a lot of folks from the Alt-Right movement, which was a piece of Donald Trump’s coalition, albeit a small one, who are very vocally upset about this. And it’s really raised this question of, in policy, do politicians lead voters or does it go — does it go a different direction? Do politicians take positions and then voters decide, 'Well, I’m going to follow that leader,' or do people decide which leaders they like based on the policy positions? Here, if Donald Trump is shifting very dramatically his position on foreign policy, do Republican voters go along with him or does he lose some of his own party?"

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