16 experts from across the political spectrum share their predictions.
‘There is nobody strong enough to stop him.’
By Van Jones, former Obama administration special advisor for green jobs.
ROBERT STEELE: Every one of the commentators has something to offer for reflection, but the ones that captured my attention are Van Jones and Joe Trippi. Trump is not just a Republican phenomenon, he is potentially a Democratic phenomenon, carrying a weak democratic candidate to the vice presidency (think Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders) when he inevitably goes independent. And speaking of independent: STOP TALKING ABOUT THIRD PARTY CANDIDACIES. Parties are now toxic in the USA. Not just the two-party tyranny, but the isolationalism and refusal to play well with others of the Greens and the Libertarians. Parties impose on their candidate platforms, donor pet rocks, and Vice Presidents from the same party.