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So this is what the rest of the spring and summer is going to look like, in case you were wondering.
During a Wednesday interview on Fox News Radio, Ben Carson, who will likely help Donald Trump choose a running mate, proposed making Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) Trump's attorney general and then nominating him to sit on the Supreme Court.
There's no part of that sentence that isn't impressive for its lunacy.
Republicans didn't just start embracing Donald Trump as their presidential nominee this week: In their continued refusal to take action on Barack Obama’s nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court, they wholeheartedly affirmed their unshakeable commitment to making sure Trump gets to fill Antonin Scalia's vacant seat. That prospect is not only as scary as it is revolting, it also just upped the already stratospheric stakes of this year's elections to even greater heights.
Could you imagine Trump picking a nominee?
Of all the vulnerable Senate Republicans clinging to the fantasy that they can run away from Donald Trump, the clingiest has to be Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH). This is the guy who was doggedly endorsing John Kasich, 20 minutes before Kasich dropped out. That's what's making this extra super-duper delicious.
A senior Trump campaign source said Wednesday that the campaign's early favorites for vice president are now New Mexico Gov.
Seventeen Republican candidates started the run. So many that it was inevitable that a few would have to bow out early. Rick Perry, finding that he was no longer the darling of those who had funded his fumbles in 2012, picked September 11th to sneak out of the game, but he left a parting message.
“We have a tremendous field — the best in a generation — so I step aside knowing our party is in good hands.”
Perry’s words weren’t meant to be ironic.
Since the Senate’s not in session and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s chamber is right on target to work the fewest number of days in 60 years, the only thing left for GOP senators to do is plan their summer vacations. The main question: To convention or not to convention in July?
There are a whole lot of Republicans waking up to a very ugly reality this week—they're running on a ballot that's got Donald Trump's name right there at the top. For all those Senate Republicans up this cycle, it's a nightmare that they somehow think they can stave off by pretending it isn't so, a contorted mix of pledging party loyalty and refusing to acknowledge the party's standard-bearer.
Not one Senate Republican up for reelection this November has openly, unreservedly endorsed Trump, a stunning situation for a party's nominee.