“...When you give a party two unwon wars, one a true foreign-policy catastrophe, and a great recession, it will begin to break because its members lose confidence in its leaders.
When the top of the party believes in things that the bottom of the party doesn’t want (on immigration, entitlements and trade), things will break further.
The bottom will begin to feel the top no longer cares about it.
That will end their loyalty.
Mr. Trump’s Republican foes are wrong in thinking his followers are just sticking with the party.
They’re not, they’ve broken from the party.”