ABC Analyst Contends Current GOP Wouldn’t Nominate Lincoln or Reagan

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Matthew Dowd, chief political analyst for ABC News, on Sunday’s (October 22) This Week:

“I think that what has to be recognized now, by Republicans and many conservatives who have resisted Donald Trump, is that the Republican Party as they know it is gone. This is a party that would never nominate Lincoln again, would never nominate Teddy Roosevelt. Certainly wouldn’t nominate Ronald Reagan in this. And that party is gone. They might as well get H.G. Wells on the line, get back in a time machine, and find the party that they think still exists. It’s gone.”

>> This video clipped to illustrate Paul Bedard's October 22 Mainstream Media scream for the Washington Examiner <<
 

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