Why the GOP won’t talk about Trump’s concession to Democrats

As Donald Trump tries to salvage his reputation and rally Republicans around his controversial candidacy, some conservatives are hoping that the party will finally take a stand on his presidency.

But there is one party that will not: the one that is not the party of Lincoln and Reagan, of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, of Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.

As the president of the United States, Trump is the one who will decide who wins and who loses in November.

That means he will have to explain himself.

For that, he will need to win over the Republican base.

That’s what it will take to win the nomination and get the nomination.

So, in the wake of Trump’s historic loss to Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s Iowa caucuses, there is no doubt that the GOP has to change.

Trump will have a lot of explaining to do, and it is his fault.

But he will also have to come up with a message to unite the party, as well as a plan for the months ahead to defeat the Clinton Machine.

So the next few months will be crucial for Republicans.

It is crucial that we turn the page and focus on the issues.

We need to make sure that our party is united, and that we’re not just competing against each other for votes.

There will be plenty of time to do that.

The GOP needs to unite.

Trump’s campaign has been marred by divisions.

He has not been able to unite his party around a clear message, which has created a huge divide.

The Republican National Committee has tried to reach out to his base, but the messaging has not worked.

The party needs to go beyond the party platform.

It needs to address issues that matter to Americans, like gun control and immigration reform, and get to work on legislative solutions.

The last two years have been the most challenging for the Republican Party, but it has been the only two years since the Great Depression that the country has not experienced a recession.

The economic recovery has been robust, but Republicans are still far from being able to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

They need to find a way to unite around a common vision for the country and address these pressing issues.

It’s up to us to deliver.

Trump should start by doing more to unite Republicans, and he should use the time between now and November to do just that.

This is what the American people voted for, and we are the party that needs to do more to help them get their lives back on track.

I look forward to working with President Trump to pass sweeping tax reform that provides relief to hardworking Americans and helps middle-class families and small businesses.

I will work with him to provide tax relief to small businesses that are struggling.

I have been extremely critical of his plans to repeal Obamacare and replace it with an alternative that will help millions of Americans get coverage and protect them from the devastating effects of a rising health care costs.

I am disappointed in the fact that the Republicans have not come to the table with a plan to provide health insurance to all Americans and to provide relief to working families who are struggling under the Obama administration’s disastrous regulations and Obamacare.

We will continue to fight to protect the American middle class and create jobs in our country.

And I will continue fighting for our country and its security.

I’m going to focus on our great national security.

The American people have spoken, and they want our government to do its job.

That is why I’m announcing that the Department of Defense is going to be restructured, with a new chairman and a new leadership team, and a top priority will be to rebuild our military and to strengthen our alliances around the world.

The United States is facing a serious and growing threat from Islamic extremists.

The administration is committed to working constructively with our allies, especially Israel and Turkey, to counter the threat.

And it is going back to our core values of freedom, justice, and freedom of religion and belief.

I know the American public is frustrated with the lack of progress made on many of these issues, but I want to make clear that I will not abandon our core principles.

I pledge to do whatever it takes to secure America’s borders, secure our air space, protect our sovereignty, and protect our borders from illegal immigration.

We have a president who is trying to do exactly what the president failed to do.

He is trying not to deal with the issues that the American electorate cares about.

Instead, he is trying fixate on the one issue that has gotten the most attention: his feud with the parents of a fallen soldier.

The president tweeted this week that he thinks the parents were being disrespectful, but he also said that they are being “overly sensitive” and “just a little bit emotional.”

But in the middle of all of this, the president and his family are not just being overly sensitive.

They are being very over-sensitive, and I think that is a very bad idea.

The President is trying his best to win back the support of