With the acrimony in the Republican presidential primary reaching an all-time high, the remaining candidates have walked away from their respective pledges to support the eventual nominee. The writing is on the wall: the Republican Party is falling apart, and with it, Coffman’s reelection chances. Remember that Coffman’s campaign has already said he will “obviously” support Trump as the nominee.
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Coffman thinks it’s obvious that this man should become President if he wins the nomination.
“The Republican presidential nomination process has turned into a dumpster fire that is engulfing Congressman Coffman’s campaign,” DCCC Spokesman Tyler Law. “At this point it’s really troubling that Coffman thinks it’s so ‘obvious’ that Trump is worthy of his support.”
While much is still unknown, two things are clear: the Republican Party has zero chance of uniting after this primary, and both Donald Trump and Ted Cruz cause great harm to candidates down-ballot. At the hands of Trump, all Republicans can expect to suffer amongst women, Latinos, millennials, independents and other key voting blocs. And the ultra-conservative Cruz (who’s singular accomplishment is shutting down the government), according to NRCC polling, is even worse for down-ballot Republicans’ reelection prospects than Trump.