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What the GOP can learn from Donald Trump

What the GOP can learn from Donald Trump

cnbc.com ^ | Carol Roth

Posted on 7/23/2015, 12:37:32 PM by RoosterRedux

Despite some, well, interesting commentary, Donald Trump maintains an early but large lead in the GOP polls, ensuring that the 2016 primary debate season will at least be entertaining.

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While many from the media and from the party itself are downplaying him and his candidacy, the reality is that numbers show there is a legitimate interest in Trump — or at least what he has to say. Instead of dismissing him, the GOP should be asking why Trump is so popular and learning from that.

Here is some of what’s behind Trump’s popularity and what the GOP should be taking away in redefining their brand and their stand.

Enough with politicians

Many Americans have realized that politics has become an ugly game in this country where those who are supposed to represent us aren’t fiduciaries working on our best interests. With that landscape, people are looking for any candidate who can’t be bought off or isn’t beholden to some group or groups because they need the campaign financing. This is part of what Trump symbolizes to them.

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