The inflexible days of the Grand Old Party have come to an end, said Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization and son of former President Donald Trump.
Eric Trump was speaking matter-of-factly when discussing his father’s recent endorsement record — which, at last count, resides in the neighborhood of 176-6, or a 96.7% success rate.
“That’s incredible! No one’s ever had a record like that,” said Eric Trump, while telling anecdotal stories of former President Trump having breakthrough interactions with Latino and Black voters through the years, with each group believing in the principles of America First.
“My father has literally brought in a whole new party from the RINO [Republican in name only] class of the Republican Party,” said Eric Trump.
The Trump family takes great pride in knocking off establishment, or RINO-type, candidates.
The family’s also happy to end political dynasties in electoral races — regardless of party affiliation — whether it’s the Bush family of Texas, the Clintons of Arkansas/New York or the Cheneys of Wyoming.
On Tuesday night, Harriet Hageman, a virtual unknown in national political circles, crushed Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., in Wyoming’s House GOP primary, accounting for more than 113,000 votes and upending the incumbent Cheney by 37.4 percentage points. Continue reading at Newsmax.