For the love of God … what the actual hell is happening?!
— Suze (@suze109) May 26, 2016
Does he even know what that means?
— Uche Nwakudu (@UcheNwakudu) May 26, 2016
Donald Trump is a yuge conservative. You won’t find a yuger conservative than him. And that’s why he’s vowing to push the Republican Party in a more conservative direction.
— Mike Allen (@mikeallen) May 26, 2016
More from Bloomberg Businessweek’s Joshua Green (emphasis ours):
I asked Trump what he thought the GOP would look like in five years. “Love the question,” he replied. “Five, 10 years from now—different party. You’re going to have a worker’s party. A party of people that haven’t had a real wage increase in 18 years, that are angry. What I want to do, I think cutting Social Security is a big mistake for the Republican Party. And I know it’s a big part of the budget. Cutting it the wrong way is a big mistake, and even cutting it [at all].”
A “worker’s party.” Well, gosh. What could be more conservative than that?
Make way for the National Populist American Workers Partyhttps://t.co/TonJrlNENm
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) May 26, 2016
can't wait for the parades and the merch!!!
— The Comrade (@memesofprod) May 26, 2016
— George Tobin (@ga_tobin) May 26, 2016
Perhaps these workers should, I don't know, unite. I've heard all they have to lose is their chains. https://t.co/N1HjlMTvfm
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) May 26, 2016
Well, if this is where the GOP is headed, there are gonna have to be some changes made:
I hear this will be the new GOP "anthem." https://t.co/gY9OmL982h
— That's LIEUTENANT COMMANDER Crapplefratz! (@Crapplefratz) May 26, 2016
And what about “America”? We’ll probably need something with a little more … cachet:
It’s gonna be so bigly tremendous, you guys.
And we shall live in a Workers Paradise.
— Hal Furman (@HalFurman) May 26, 2016