Pat Buchanan: The establishment is in a panic over Trump
Former Republican presidential candidate Pat Buchanan on Donald Trump and the political establishment.
Pat Buchanan: Trump’s Rise Is Rejection Of The US Establishment And Its Ruling Class
Pat Buchanan told Breitbart News that Trump’s popularity is due to people rejecting the Bush Republicanism of the past 25 years. Buchanan said the Bush family ideology is what destroyed the great manu...
Pat Buchanan says Donald Trump is the future of the Republican Party
The two-time Republican presidential candidate sees the Donald as where the GOP is headed.
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