“Republicans are now officially the character doesn’t count party," wrote Stuart Stevens in a scathing op-ed for The Washington Post.
Democrats "look like America and our future," tweets a top aide to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign.
Because Trump doesn't like to be challenged, he said.
Stuart Stevens and Ron Reagan -- who know something about Republican nomination contests -- see Trump is a stress test for our democracy, They discuss how he rose and what lessons the GOP will learn after November. Also: like other primary losers who elevate grievances over beliefs, will Sanders choose to hurt Hillary or Donald?
With billionaire bully boy Donald Trump arrogantly flashing his fascist colors on Super Tuesday, how many supposedly big-time Republicans have spoken out against his disgusting politics of racism, hatred, and aggressive know-nothingism? Too damn few.
Stuart Stevens called Trump "a dangerous person" and "someone who would embarrass America."
Romney thought talking about his personal wealth would make him sound arrogant.
"It was just baffling."
And that's a big problem for 2016.