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The president's message is "weak or nonexistent" and is stuck in the past, warns Ed Rollins, chairman of the pro-Trump Great America PAC.
When Donald Trump landed in Ohio this week, he got a taste of the meager Republican super PAC efforts aimed at him: a 47
If the GOP doesn't play nice, neither will Trump.
"He's exposing a really raw nerve with the American electorate," the actor said.
Yes, Donald Trump deserves to be vilified for his egregious, sexist comments. But it's not like this new commentary from the political right sets the GOP's own records straight. Let's not be too quick to gloss over the litany of GOP candidates who all have serious check marks against them when it comes to upholding and respecting women's rights.
Still, the conversations are a sign of increased seriousness on Trump's behalf. As a GOP operative, who has talked to Trump