We’re living through the first day on the Republican National Convention, and the convention is all about the frontlines.
But that doesn’t mean the party is focused on the front.
The convention is more about the side that matters most, and it starts with the Republican nominee.
If you haven’t already guessed, the GOP is all in on Donald Trump.
They’re in on him and his agenda, and they’re doing everything in their power to make sure he wins.
The Republican Party is a bunch of angry old men.
They don’t want to hear that their leader is a racist, misogynist, bigot, xenophobe, xenophobic, anti-Semite, Islamophobic, and a xenophobic racist who’s going to ruin the world for everyone.
They’ve been living with it for a long time, and now they’re just as frustrated as everyone else.
In the Republican Party, you have two sides, two camps.
One camp is called the Never Trumpers, and that’s where you are if you’re in a state or a territory where the Trump campaign is in the lead.
The other camp is known as the Never Trumper, and those are people who are just as upset about the current state of the country as you are.
You’ve got people in the NeverTrumper camp who don’t even like Trump, who don to a fault want him out of office.
And the NeverTrumpers have some pretty strong arguments against Trump.
You see, they think that he is a liar and a narcissist.
They think he has a propensity to take things personally, to show off and to act impulsively.
And they believe he’s the biggest threat to the world because of his anti-immigrant views.
So what’s the answer?
Well, the solution to that problem is not to have a party that doesn toot its own horn but instead to have one that is very pragmatic.
The solution is to recognize that we’re all on the same side of the argument, and to make it easier for us to find common ground.
Let’s take a look at the first two days of the convention, starting on Friday morning.
First, on Friday, the first night of the RNC, Donald Trump is officially in the running for the Republican presidential nomination.
In a televised address on Thursday night, Trump said that he would not be running for president in 2020.
He also said that if he was nominated he would immediately withdraw from the race if he were to lose.
The speech did not exactly go over well with the Never Never Trumps, so Trump decided to make a full-court press.
He did not only attack the media for reporting on his private remarks, but also the entire establishment media.
On Friday, Trump’s team sent out an email to RNC members to remind them that the RNC was not in favor of him running.
“If you are the RNC and have decided not to nominate Donald Trump for president, the RNC will not be endorsing him for President in 2020,” the email reads.
“As a result, you are free to support other Republican candidates and take a neutral position on the issues that matter most to you.”
This email was not received with much fanfare, and for good reason.
It’s not like a lot of people were watching the Republican debates and trying to find a way to find ways to take Trump down.
There are just so many of them on the night.
It would have been easy to assume that this was just an ad-lib, ad-hoc effort to get Trump to drop out.
The problem is, it was actually the opposite.
The RNC’s message was clear: This is not an endorsement.
This is a serious endorsement of Trump, one that has a lot to do with the fact that he’s an absolute disaster.
The message was sent out by RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, who is a longtime GOP operative.
He’s the one who was running the party in the 1980s, and he’s done a lot for the party.
Priebus is not afraid to say it, and on Friday he said that the Trump camp is just trying to run him out to be defeated.
“I think the Trump people are trying to make us think they’re gonna lose,” Priebus said.
“They’re trying to say, ‘Oh, I didn’t know I was getting attacked like this.’
I’m not trying to take it personally, but I think they want to make this a bad night for us and to try and distract us from the fact we’re not doing well.”
This is where it gets a little confusing.
The GOP is not a political party.
The Republicans have a lot in common with Democrats.
They all believe in the Constitution and in the rule of law, and their views on those issues are very similar.
The only thing that’s different is that the Democrats want to run you out of the party, because they’re trying and trying and hoping you