Since the New Deal, presidential power in the United States has been based on the almost plebiscitary connection established with public opinion. Donald Trump is the first to play on the country’s divisions to reinforce his support.
He won’t change; neither will his supporters. But the rest of the voters still can.
The Republican presidential candidate is a burden to his party in 2016 ... his opponent's advertisements will continue to target the best source of material for attacking Donald Trump: Donald Trump.
It bears certain irony that today Hillary Clinton has to convince the more radical part of the electorate that indeed she is a feminist.
The anti-establishment candidates stole the Grand Old Party’s primary. The American right has only one hope left: Hit rock bottom to reinvent itself.