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Wed Jun 8, 2016, 07:45 AM

Please explain - can the RNC refuse Drumf?

I'm very ignorant when it comes to the political process, so I'm wanting to put this out there hoping someone can help explain.

Just wondering what the process would be if the RNC refused to have him represent them for the presidential election. Can they refuse him? Can they still put someone out there (Romney, Cruz) as a 3rd party? They could have just one politician, therefore eliminating the need for the primary vote. Correct?

I'm asking because I just can't see ANY party taking him seriously and jumping on the bandwagon. Well, unless, of course, they feel they can use him as their puppet. (GWB?) I've never been so ashamed of my country. GWB came very close but this psychopath hasn't gotten into the white house yet and he is causing so much chaos everywhere he goes.

Then there's the question deep in my thoughts; could Drumf have his honcho's out there gathering incriminating 'facts' on members of his party, threatening to expose them to the public if they don't see things his way?

A couple weeks ago I read that Annonymous was doing some snooping around in the many dealings of Drumf and was wondering what ever came of that?

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Reply Please explain - can the RNC refuse Drumf? (Original post)
cntrygrl Jun 2016 OP
marble falls Jun 2016 #1

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Wed Jun 8, 2016, 08:07 AM

1. Sure they can. Its their party and they can write the rules and enforce them anyway they want.

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