As Republican angst about Donald Trump grows closer to panic, some longtime GOP strategists and donors are discussing creative ways to cut their presumptive nominee loose at their convention in July.
There's renewed talk in some Republican circles to find a way out as Trump lags big time behind Hillary Clinton in several new polls, and he has the highest unfavorable rating of any candidate for a major party on record -- 70% in this week's Washington Post-ABC poll. One source with knowledge of these discussions underscores to CNN, however, that all of the ideas being bandied about now are highly unlikely to see fruition -- mostly because this kind of move to get rid of a nominee elected by GOP primary and caucus voters would be unprecedented.
Most polls also severly underestimated Ernst in 2014, so I expect IA to be a pure Tossup in this year's election. Trump might even have a slight advantage there if the election is very close. I definitely expect IA to be more Republican than the nation for the first time since 1980.
Lol when I seen a Iowa poll I thought"TN Volunteer is gonna love this"