The American conservative movement is a cult of personality
A cult of character is a word that can describe many different things, but in this case it is a term that describes a certain kind of cult.
The American conservatives, as the term is sometimes referred to, is a loosely defined group of people who believe that America is in danger of being overrun by the far-right, nativist and far-left.
That’s what the president said at the White House on Saturday.
Trump called the rise of Trumpism a cult, a group of white nationalists and other people who have no respect for the Constitution, he said.
The president said it’s a cult because its members do not share the same core values as traditional Americans.
“They don’t care about Americanism, they don’t want our country to be great again, they want to start a race war,” Trump said.
He also said it is because the Republican Party is in denial about its own history.
“We don’t have a history,” Trump continued.
“They have no record of what we did.
They have no records of what our president did.
I’d go out and start a war with China, I would have the World War III, I should have all the world’s wealth, I could go out there and kill millions of people and then come back, take everything away.'” “
If I were in their shoes, I’d be like, ‘I’d be so proud.
I’d go out and start a war with China, I would have the World War III, I should have all the world’s wealth, I could go out there and kill millions of people and then come back, take everything away.'”
Trump also warned that the rise in nativism in the United States and elsewhere will destroy the country, adding, “They don`t want to hear that because we have the records.”
The Republican Party’s embrace of a hard-line, nativism agenda is part of a larger problem that has plagued the party in recent years.
Trump has repeatedly expressed a desire to tear up the social contract that has defined the Republican party for generations, and that includes the social welfare programs that help millions of Americans.
His views on immigration and immigration policies have also been extreme, including the temporary ban on Muslims entering the United Kingdom and the executive orders that he issued targeting sanctuary cities.
And while the Republican establishment has generally embraced Trump as a potential presidential candidate, his rise to the top of the GOP field has made the party more vulnerable to the populist forces that are increasingly making inroads into the party.
For many Republicans, the party has become a cult.
They believe that Trump is a charismatic figure who can win elections and make them great again.
But for others, it has been a cult with a different goal: It can provide cover for their hatred of the government.
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