Thrice-Married, Reagan-Bashing Hillary Clinton Donor Seals GOP Nomination

Presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally, May 25, 2016 in Anaheim, California. Donald Trump said that if he is elected US president he would support the Canadian Keystone oil pipeline project that was blocked by President Barack Obama on environmental grounds.Speaking just after he won enough primary delegates to seize the Republican nomination for the White House, Trump told reporters that the project for a new pipeline to carry Canadian crude to the Gulf of Mexico "should be approved." / AFP / ROBYN BECK (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

A day after saying the party’s last nominee for president walks like a penguin and the party’s most prominent Latina is a lazy governor, Donald Trump has clinched the GOP nomination for president — despite a 69-year long record of being Donald Trump.

After clinching 1,237 pledged delegates for this summer’s GOP convention, Trump celebrated his victory by announcing his plan to “cancel” the Paris climate change accord and touting other energy plans presumably found by Googling “White Power.”

It’s hard to believe that the party that blew the surplus, led us into Iraq and let New Orleans drown, could top itself. But Republicans have finally proven wrong critics who said they couldn’t do worse than George W. Bush.


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