When Trump is on a losing streak, his opponents will accuse him of playing mind games to keep his voters on their side.
When he’s on a winning streak, they’ll say, we have to stop him from doing anything to hurt the president.
When the president is on his best form, they’re going to argue, this is why he’s not getting any votes.
In this mind game, Trump is making an unforced error that is destroying the GOP’s chances at the presidency.
The GOP’s presidential primary will have become a referendum on Trump, and its result could decide whether Republicans keep him in power.
Trump’s mind games have led him to win some of the most important states in the country, but he’s lost the other 50.
His policies have alienated voters in the South, and his rhetoric has alienated Hispanics, who tend to vote Democratic.
Trump is the only candidate in the Republican field who has taken on the president and made his policies his own.
The mind games aren’t the only thing Trump has made his own in his campaign.
His campaign has also focused on the way the country is polarized.
He’s made the issue of the Confederate flag and its association with racism his central campaign issue.
The president’s response has been to take on everything that’s wrong with the country.
He has criticized the Supreme Court for allowing same-sex marriage to take place.
He called his criticism of the “fear campaign” a “sickening” form of “political correctness.”
And in his inaugural address, he urged people to “make America great again.”
This is a very different type of election.
The Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, is not taking on the issue Trump has.
Instead, she’s trying to get voters to like her and her agenda.
But in her campaign, she has also been trying to portray Trump as a threat to the country and its economy.
And her message has been that he has the power to reverse progress and the future of the country with a bold plan.
Clinton has taken a hard line on the Confederate flags and other symbols of racism.
She has made it clear that she doesn’t believe that her campaign is anti-Trump, but she has not yet offered a comprehensive plan for how she would get there.
But her attacks have also had an impact on the minds of voters.
They are more likely to say they’re less likely to vote for Trump if he’s the nominee.
Some of this is driven by the president’s own words.
Trump has said that if elected he would not reverse the Supreme [Court] decision.
He also said that a decision by the justices to allow same-year marriage would mean that “you have a huge, massive country.”
In other words, the nation is headed in a direction in which the country’s going to be a nation that no longer exists.
So the voters are making the choice whether they want to be ruled by someone who has a hard-line agenda or a bold, inclusive one.
Some Trump supporters see his policies as being more important than any particular candidate.
One Trump supporter in Florida, who asked not to be identified by his name, told me, “I don’t care about him or what he does, he’s our president.”
Others in the state have a much different view.
“I’m voting for Trump because he has a clear message,” said Robert, who lives in Tampa, Fla.
“He has a strong stance on the economy and immigration and social issues.”
But he added, “If you vote for him, you’re voting for an anti-woman, anti-gay, anti-[black] nationalist.”
He said that many Republicans in his state would be disappointed if he ran.
And some Republicans I spoke with say they don’t want to vote Trump at all.
“People are getting tired of the circus and the noise, and they’re tired of all the other candidates running around,” said John, who is from Florida.
And the most common response he gets from other Republicans in the Tampa area is, “Well, I just don’t see what’s so special about him.”
He added, I think it’s more important to give our country a chance to win.
But that’s not how Trump voters see the campaign.
They think the president has done everything he can to help his party and hurt the Republican Party.
I’m going to vote Republican because I’m sick of the Democrats and the Democrats are going to take us down,” he said.
“For instance, they should be supporting veterans. “
There’s going a lot of things I think the Republicans are doing that the Democrats should be doing,” he told me.
“For instance, they should be supporting veterans.
And they should support working families.
They should be talking about the economy.
They shouldn’t be talking to the black community.”
Trump supporters like John also point to the number of polls that show Trump has a higher percentage of the vote in the Sunshine State than