Lost in the coverage, or lack thereof by the liberal media, of former President Donald Trump’s address to the North Carolina Republican Convention, is a stroke of political brilliance that will unify the GOP, according to presidential adviser Dick Morris on Newsmax.
“There is now the Donald Trump primary, which has replaced the Republican primary,” Morris told Monday’s “American Agenda.” “And in many cases, it will preclude a Republican primary because when Trump makes an endorsement that is tantamount to the declaration of a guy’s candidacy – or a woman’s candidacy – as the Republican.”
Ultimately, Morris told a panel discussion, it will keep Republicans from spending their valuable campaign resources to merely defeat Republicans before facing off against Democrats in the general 2020 midterms.
“I think that will have the affect of driving everyone else out of the primary,” Morris added.
Trump himself noted in his surprise endorsement announcement of Rep. Ted Budd, R-N.C., for the Senate seat to be vacated by Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., he needed to get his endorsement out to keep others from entering a crowded GOP primary.
“What I don’t want is a lot of people joining a race – that have been big Trump