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  • So, uh, clearly, there's no love lost between Trump and Cruz.

  • Uh, and that also turns out to be true

  • between Trump and most Republican leaders.

  • Donald Trump is a phony, a fraud.

  • I'm very concerned for our country if we nominate him.

  • This is gonna be a disaster for the Republican party.

  • He's very dangerous for the country,

  • I think he's very dangerous for the party.

  • Donald Trump, as president, I believe, would be a disaster.

  • This party does not prey on people's prejudices.

  • Donald Trump does not represent me,

  • and he does not represent my party.

  • Donald Trump does not represent the, uh, Republican party.

  • He doesn't represent the Republican party or its values.

  • Wow.

  • That's, like, new stepdad levels of hate.

  • Like, (bleep) you, Donald,

  • you'll never be my dad... I mean, nominee!

  • I get-I get why the party's so upset

  • that Trump's heading towards their nomination, you know?

  • Because he says and does some pretty out-there things.

  • Uh, but along with their concerns, surely Republicans

  • are asking themselves how they got to the point

  • where there's a possibility that the next face of their party

  • also happens to be the face of a butternut squash

  • who wished on a shooting star

  • and became a real, live boy.

  • Like, in other words, they must be asking themselves,

  • "How the (bleep) did we get here?"

  • And tonight we take a look at exactly that

  • in our ongoing coverage, How the (bleep) We Got Here.

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  • (cheering, applause)

  • So, this is the big question for Republicans:

  • why is their voter base going for someone like Donald Trump?

  • A man they say isn't even a true Republican.

  • But isn't he?

  • Well, let's start with what's pretty much his central message.

  • This country is a mess.

  • You don't hear good news about this country.

  • We just never win.

  • We don't win with the military.

  • We don't win with trade.

  • The country is going to hell in a handbasket.

  • We have to rebuild our country.

  • We're like a third-world country.

  • Uh, n-no, Donald Trump,

  • you're not like a third-world country.

  • I'm from a third-world country.

  • You wish you were like a third-world country.

  • Yeah. Talk to me when ostriches

  • chase you on the highway.

  • That's the (bleep) that goes down in my country, my friend.

  • Hashtag third world problems.

  • (cheering, applause)

  • So, even though the U.S. has the world's strongest military,

  • the lowest unemployment in nearly a decade,

  • and more people covered by health insurance

  • than ever before, Donald Trump still thinks

  • America is in grave decline.

  • And if he's not a true Republican,

  • why are there so many Republicans

  • who've been saying the exact same thing?

  • There may be no turning back for America.

  • Our country's on a very bad course.

  • President Obama's placed us on a path of decline.

  • Our enemies don't fear us, and our allies

  • don't believe that we can be relied on.

  • I think we're on the verge of losing it all.

  • President Obama's mortgaging our future.

  • He's turning the American dream into the European nightmare.

  • Oh, the European nightmare.

  • That's the one where my penis turns into a baguette

  • and then a mime eats it.

  • That is a...

  • Well, that's-that's more of a dream than a nightmare,

  • now that I... now that I look at it,

  • that's, uh, that's not so bad.

  • So, so, Donald Trump's main message is basically

  • the same doom and gloom a lot of Republicans

  • have been preaching for years.

  • But they're saying he's not the kind of candidate they want.

  • So, what kind of candidates

  • have Republicans been looking for?

  • We need someone who's truly gonna be outside Washington.

  • You need an outsider that will walk into Washington, DC.

  • We need people from outside of Washington.

  • Government of the insiders,

  • by the insiders, for the insiders.

  • We are governed by a permanent political class.

  • I'm not of the Washington scene.

  • I'm the only guy that hasn't spent time in Washington.

  • Yes, yes, and congratulations, Mitt Romney,

  • 'cause you still haven't spent any time in Washington.

  • Perfect record, yeah.

  • Who's more of an outsider to Washington than Donald Trump?

  • And honestly, the more you look at it,

  • you know, the more it feels like Trump and the Republicans

  • are in one of those romantic comedies

  • where they still don't realize

  • that they're the perfect match for each other.

  • Think about it.

  • The GOP has always found one thing very sexy,

  • and that's a man who handles his business.

  • Washington needs to be run like a business.

  • I'm a businessman.

  • We've got a president today who's never run a business.

  • I have a huge business and a great business.

  • Put more of our fellow Americans back to work.

  • Real solutions to grow the economy to create jobs.

  • I love creating jobs, I've done so many jobs,

  • tens of thousands of jobs.

  • Yeah. I'm not saying the GOP's a gold digger,

  • but they ain't messin' with no broke people

  • or, uh, black people.

  • Why can't the GOP see this? I don't understand.

  • Even though Republicans think Trump's all wrong for them,

  • they're a match made in heaven.

  • They both think America is crashing,

  • they share a love of outsider businessmen,

  • they could practically finich... finish each other's, uh,

  • xenophobic sentences.

  • They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime.

  • They're rapists.

  • They weigh 130 pounds, and they've got calves

  • the size of cantaloupes because they're hauling 75 pounds

  • of marijuana across the desert.

  • I will build a wall. It'll be a great wall.

  • Drugs will not pour through that wall.

  • Drug and human smuggling, home invasions, murder.

  • Complete the dang fence.

  • You can say what you want about the Koran.

  • You can say what you want-- there's something there.

  • You have to be monitoring Muslim communities.

  • Uh, that's-that's where the threat is gonna come from.

  • Total and complete shutdown

  • of Muslims entering the United States.

  • Ah, so much xenophobic hatred.

  • Ivory and ivory

  • Together we hate in harmony

  • And by the way, Republicans, uh,

  • there's no need to be so scared of foreigners.

  • We're-we're just like bumblebees.

  • Yeah, we're way more afraid of you than you are of us.

  • All right? Come on, GOP.

  • The man checks every box. And I get...

  • I get that you may not trust him, you know,

  • since he's always saying things that aren't remotely true,

  • like how Mexico's gonna pay for a wall

  • or how he still owns a steak company

  • or how his hair just naturally does that.

  • Uh, but what could be more Republican

  • than bending the truth a little?

  • You're asking us to trust

  • turning power over to the government

  • when there clearly are people in America

  • who believe in-in establishing euthanasia.

  • The president thinks we ought to take away

  • Second Amendment rights of people

  • who have never broken a law.

  • There is this attempt to gradually ease Sharia law

  • and the Muslim faith into our government.

  • The president of the United States will be taking a trip

  • over to India that is expected to cost the taxpayers

  • $200 million a day.

  • Uh, I'm sorry, what?

  • Have you ever been to India?

  • You couldn't spend $200 million a day if you tried.

  • Everything's cheap there, everything.

  • I bought the Taj Mahal for, like, 40 bucks. Yeah.

  • And it came with a rice pudding I didn't even ask for.

  • They just gave it to me. They just gave it to me.