Roger Stone: Trump Will Be The Nominee If He Can Unite The Anti-Establishment Vote

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Pro-Trump political consultant Roger Stone says that Donald Trump's path to victory in the 2016 Republican primary is to unite "the anti-establishment vote, which is repudiating the foreign policy, immigration policy, trade policy, fiscal policies of the Bush wing of the Republican party." This group "is in a majority," Stone says, "which is why Trump will ultimately be the nominee."

SEAN HANNITY: If you add Trump's big victory numbers tonight, and Cruz did have a good night tonight. And you add Ben Carson's number in, those are the real insurgents in this campaign, that's 60 some odd percent of Republican primary voters, and it's happening every time.

What part, Roger, is the establishment not getting?

ROGER STONE: Yeah, you just described the path victory for Donald Trump. The anti-establishment vote, which is repudiating the foreign policy, immigration policy, trade policy, fiscal policies of the Bush wing of the Republican party is in a majority, which is why Trump will ultimately be the nominee. When they say oh, well Bush getting out, that'll strengthen Marco Rubio, yes, but Ben Carson's votes and ultimately Ted Cruz's votes, they will end up disproportionately with Donald Trump. That's how he's going to triumph.

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