via the Washington Examiner:
by Al Weaver | March 10, 2016
Donald Trump called on Republicans to embrace the "millions" of newly-registered members of the party and bring together the party around him in a closing pitch in Thursday’s GOP debate ahead of Tuesday’s primary contests.
Speaking directly to longtime Republicans, Trump said that the onslaught of newcomers "love" the Republican Party before calling on them to "be smart and unify," adding that the party should "seize that opportunity" that the new voters present.
"The Republican Party has a great chance to embrace millions of people they’ve never known before. They’re coming by the millions," Trump said in his closing statement. "We should seize that opportunity. These are great people. These are fantastic people. These are people that love our country. These are people that want America to be great again."
"These are people that will win us the election and win it easily," Trump continued. "These are people that once the election is won, we’ll be able to put Supreme Court justices up that will do a fabulous job, because let me tell you — if we lose this election, you’re going to have three, four or maybe even five justices and this country will never ever recover. It will take centuries to recover."
"I just say embrace these millions of people that now, for the first time ever, love the Republican Party and unify," Trump said. "Be smart and unify." (Read More)
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