Let's talk about Trump.... He is as critical of most Republicans as he is of Democrats, like Obama and Hillary Clinton
Let's talk about Trump.... He has hit a chord with some group of Americans, mostly Republican men --- however big or small that group might be
Let's talk about Trump.... Even when he trips over his own negative remarks about John McCain's war record, Trump is the biggest story in the news --- Like, getting on the front page of the Sunday NY Times
According to a report in CNN's blog "Laconia, New Hampshire -- (CNN)Donald Trump, surging in the polls, arrived at this lakeside enclave and trained his ire on perhaps the only target that aggravates his supporters as much as the Obama Administration: Republicans.... 'They're all talk, they're no action,' Trump said, revving up his fiery takedown of politicians.... 'I'm more disappointed in many ways with the Republicans,' Trump said. 'They have this great indignation, whether it's Benghazi or the emails... nothing ever happens.'..." ( See "Why Donald Trump is surging in the polls" by Sara Murray, 7/18/15, CNN [http://www.cnn.com/2015/07/17/politics/donald-trump-summer-surge/]).
CNN's reporting also indicated, "Trump is enjoying a summer surge as he takes the lead in a poll of Republican presidential contenders released on Friday. The billionaire businessman is offending Hispanics and irking his GOP competitors but it's clear that his in-your-face demeanor and willingness to take on President Barack Obama -- then just as quickly turn his sharp tongue toward members of his own party -- is winning over Republican voters...."
The latest news is that the NY Times will be doing a few articles about Donald Trump in tomorrow's editions of the paper. At least one of those stories will on the front page --- unless I'm wrong about what day it is, that means Trump will have another big story on page one of the Sunday Times.... There are many in politics that say there is no such thing as bad publicity (Right now, I'm pretty sure that Hillary Clinton would disagree, but we'll discuss that some other time). You can also be sure that the Donald Trump -- John McCain story will probably be on most, if not all, of the Sunday network and cable news programs.
TRUMP'S MC CAIN REMARKS WILL BE THE AT LEAST ONE OF THE BIG NEWS STORIES THIS SUNDAY --- MAYBE EVEN THE BIGGEST
No matter what gets done or said this Sunday vis a vis Donald Trump will necessarily end his "Campaign" for the presidency.
Donald Trump and only Donald Trump will decide if he wants to dig out of this. However, only Trump, himself, will decide if that's the course that he will pursue. If the past is any guide, Trump might well decide to own this episode -- and then, to double-down against McCain somehow.
One of my favorite phrases here at "Galewyn Massey... Fountainhead" is completely appropriate for "THE DONALD" and these circumstances -- LET'S SEE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT . . . .