Donald Trump's Stereotypes

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Like a strategy straight out of Sun Tzu 's Art Of War, Hillary Clinton is using Donald Trump 's own party against him in a brutal new campaign ad that shows even the majority of Republicans find Trump distasteful and potentially disastrous for America.

This week, Donald Trump became the GOP 's presumptive presidential nominee after an embarrassing thrashing in Indiana finally caused Evangelical nut-bar Ted Cruz to accept defeat and drop out of the race, followed shortly by Ohio Governor John Kasich. With Trump the last man standing on the Republican ticket, and Clinton being the odds-on favorite for the Democrats, things are about to get real nasty along the campaign trail as both candidates gear up for the general election.

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Reality TV would be if he were to somehow win the Presidency this November.

The ad entitled "Republican party unifier: Donald Trump?" is a variable rogues gallery of Republicans leadership as GOP all stars from Mitt Romney to Marco Rubio are shown criticizing some of the many dangerous traits that Donald Trump has displayed over the past 9 months of the Republican race for the nomination.

In the video Trump is called a "phony" by Romney, “the most vulgar person ever to aspire to the presidency,” by Rubio and a "race-baiting, xenophobic, religious bigot,” by Lindsey Graham; and these remarks are by the people who are suppose to have his back against Hillary
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