Gov. LePage endorsed Trump yesterday. Dan Carlin had brought this up not to long ago. Basically he said we've been use to conventions being a coronation, but in the past there were these big fights and the party has the tools to make sure they get who they want. The downside of doing this to Trump is of course he says screw you and runs third party. But, Rubio has been saying that he will not allow Trump to take over his party. Does the party break? Could Rubio go third party under a new banner of the republicans? Imo the most interesting part of the piece. McConnell saying if he's the nominee "we'll drop him like a hot rock." For ones own party to run negative against the presidential nominee has to be a first time. Their goal would be just to save the senate. http://mobile.nytimes.com/2016/02/28/us/politics/donald-trump-republican-party.html?_r=0&referer= Thoughts?