Well, that didn’t take long.
After the Indiana primary, where Donald Trump won decisively on Tuesday, Ted Cruz surprisingly dropped out of the presidential race.
On Wednesday, RINO Ohio Governor John Kasich (Reminder: His dad was a mailman) is expected to exit the race, not that he was ever really in it other than to play the role of spoiler, leaving Trump as the last man standing in the once-crowded GOP field that sported 17 candidates at its peak.
Donald Trump ran a scorched-earth presidential campaign, using Saul Alinsky-like ridicule tactics to viciously smear and belittle his opponents, often personally, which of course resulted in sharp responses from same candidates, all captured by the Democrat Party in order to recycle them for the general election.
Let’s just say there’s a plethora of information there, and the ad captures some of the harshest criticisms.
Will the Donald’s scorched-earth approach come back to haunt him?
“President Trump” is a dangerous proposition.
Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz, and Marco Rubio agree.https://t.co/fUkISvgaXC
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 4, 2016