Grand Trump Party likely to sabotage any plans to revitalize Colorado’s GOP
The bi-annual navel-gazing by the Colorado Republican Party began not long after election night ended. Talk about a post-Trump landscape and embracing a new message are misplaced. Neither is likely to happen, and the state GOP will consequently to continue its precipitous drop into irrelevance.
As an avowed Never-Trump conservative, I heard plenty of Republican leaders grouse about the president privately. Most were hesitant to speak out publicly because they wanted to remain in a position to help guide the party’s direction after the election.
While I understand the logic, I think it is based on a faulty premise. The Republican Party is now and, for the foreseeable future, will be the Trump Party.
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