Donald Trump — President? Relax. Here’s Why Trump (Almost) Definitely Won’t Beat Clinton Or Sanders

Jonathan Vankin - Author

Feb. 27 2016, Updated 10:09 a.m. ET

Donald Trump may be unstoppable on his way to the Republican nomination for president — but in a general election against either of the two Democratic candidates, could the New York real estate mogul and TV entertainer actually be elected President of the United States?

The possibility has many Americans who are not Trump supporters themselves extremely worried, even talking about leaving the country if Trump becomes president. The respected, and generally level-headed, commentator Juan Cole recently wrote that Trump is a “fascist” who poses “a profound danger to the American republic.”

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Surveys of the supporters he attracts appear to bear out that assessment, finding alarmingly high levels of racism and intolerance, with one out of five even saying in one survey that slavery in the United States never should have ended.


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