With Donald Trump’s victories on Super Tuesday, the Republican party is beginning to assume a different identity than in prior elections. For decades, people who were elected as Republicans believed in less government, lower spending and taxes, property rights and free trade. If Trump becomes the nominee, this Republican vision of America will be lost.
Rather than adhere to traditional Republican principles, Trump is lifting lines and principles from Democrats. Here are four ways the Republican Party would change if Trump were the nominee.
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