News You Can Use for July 22, 2016

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Donald Trump thoroughly embarrassed the GOP establishment… and that’s a good thing.

No. The Republican Party is definitely not dead, and it will come raging back… and sooner than you think.

Could 2020 offer an even greater number of good, conservative candidates for GOP voters to choose from?

The roster of potential 2020 candidates includes several of this year’s primary losers, including Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida, Gov. John Kasich of Ohio and Mr. Walker, as well as younger hopefuls like Mr. Cotton.

They calculate that the experiment with Mr. Trump, if he loses, will trigger buyer’s remorse within the party. The next nominee will be well positioned, they estimate, because the electorate will be ready for change after three consecutive Democratic terms in the White House.

“If you thought this year was an attractive race on our side, imagine 2020,” said Phil Cox, a former executive director at the Republican Governors Association. “You’ll have 30 people running.”

The 2016 RNC hasn’t been as optimistic or happy as others in recent memory.

While the media whines about Melania Trump using the same language as Michelle Obama to praise her husband… one of Hillary Clinton’s delegates LITERALLY tried to murder someone.

Yes, #NeverTrump lost… but they didn’t lose every battle.

There are immigrants out there who LOVE Donald Trump.

Mike Pence has worked hard to protect the freedom of the press, which makes him a good partner to balance out Donald Trump’s more autocratic ideas on free speech.

The recent spate of violence against our police is almost unprecedented.

Breitbart’s Warner Todd Huston argues that today, all true Americans are now without a party.

Gary Johnson is the Libertarian candidate for president, but he’s got some ideas that sure aren’t libertarian.

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