Pence brushes off question about GOP candidate endorsements

Posted August 05, 2016

"It's time for a serious reset".

Trump incurred widespread criticism after engaging in a public feud with Khizr Khan, the Muslim-American father who spoke out against Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the USA at the Democratic National Convention. John McCain of Arizona. "I made the decision that I wouldn't be able to look at my grandkids if I voted for Trump", said Dan Webb, a former federal prosecutor and a self-described "Republican for decades" working to win over prominent Republican business people in Chicago.

"The current race is which of these two is the more unacceptable, because right now, neither of them is acceptable", he said.

There was, too, solace in the presumption that a vibrant, thinking democracy, that has spawned a great civilisation and had helped to halt the authoritarians and fascists who would have subjugated Europe, would prove a bulwark against the emergence of demagogues at home.

"None of these things are blank checks", Ryan said of his endorsement in a radio interview with The Jerry Bader Show on WTAQ in Wisconsin.

Since his selection as Donald Trump¿s running mate, Pence has tried to stay focused on winning over conservatives skeptical of the NY billionaire.

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"He can not win the presidency operating the way he is now", added Gingrich. He didn't take a position in the primary, he didn't take a position in many primaries.

But Trump's campaign is unusual for the candidate's singular control over its daily message, which thwarts attempts at traditional discipline.

Trump maintains that his campaign is "doing incredibly well" and "it's never been so well united". Is he suddenly going to become "so presidential that you people will be so bored", as he used to say? "Of course, he's going to work with Paul Ryan". "You would think we'd ought to be focusing on Hillary Clinton and all of her deficiencies", Ryan said.

Paul Nehlen is trying to capitalize on a burst of attention he's received after Trump complimented him. "I think something should be said about respecting those voters", Ryan said. First, nothing like that has ever happened before (though neither has a candidate like Trump ever been a party nominee before). Bloomberg Politics reported Wednesday afternoon, however, that Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump had left for a hunting trip outside the country.

Privately, however, Trump has concerns about his own team. Mr. Manafort, speaking on ABC's "Good Morning America", played down the conflict with Mr. Ryan. John Harwood tweeted that an associate of Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort told him that Manafort is "not challenging Trump anymore". "But this is not the plan". His staff is reportedly despondent, and the GOP establishment is reeling.

"I'm just not there yet", Trump said in the interview. He also would not answer questions about the IN governor's approach to dealing with the fallout from Trump's remarks.

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"I would say in the last couple of weeks, he has been remarkably under-performing and we'll see whether or not he can take a deep breath and learn these lessons", said former house speaker Newt Gingrich.

Trump told The Washington Post that he's "just not quite there yet" when asked about an endorsement of Ryan, who faces a primary election next week.

McCain's response was a lengthy denunciation in which he said the GOP nomination does not confer on Trump "unfettered license to defame those who are the best among us".

Beruff said he is investing "a couple million" dollars behind an ad promoting his support of Trump. "He's in the ditch", said Henry Barbour, an RNC member and longtime strategist in Mississippi. "He needs those kinds of surrogates and people who have been fighting for him". "It's up to him".

Legal advisers for the Republican Party have stated that Donald would have to drop out by early September in order to give officials enough time to get a replacement name on the ballot in enough states to have a chance at winning the election. "It's all transactional. He's willing to burn the house down".

The issues hardly end here - there are issues of debt and education and foreign policy and on and on, but the answer is not that it has to be all one way or the other.

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