Trump and his backers could help the GOP go the way of the Whig Party in the 1850s.

Donald Trump mean decisiveA pioneer in the conservative movement believes the nomination of Donald Trump could prove ruinous for the Republican Party.
Super Tuesday proved to be a good one for the billionaire business mogul as he swept through seven of the 11 states. Trump won at least 234 delegates while Senator Ted Cruz won at least 209. Senator Marco Rubio was a distant third with at least 90.
Richard Viguerie, who is chairman of Conservative HQ and a fan of Cruz, believes the Texas senator is the only one who can derail the Trump express.
“The three states that Cruz won indicates clearly that he’s the only viable candidate that can stop Donald Trump,” he contends, adding that Trump “has been running mostly in states that allow crossover votes, [where] Democrats and independents can come in [and vote in the primaries].”
On Tuesday night, Trump described himself as a “uniter.” But Viguerie argues that a Trump nomination would ultimately prove catastrophic for the GOP – and he explains his rationale.

( Viguerie: Trump a divider, not a ‘uniter )

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