Dana Loesch, host of “Dana” on The Blaze claimed that, “Donald Trump is a giant red-headed middle finger to the GOP establishment.”
Loesch, appearing on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” Monday, suggested people are “really dissatisfied with Republican Party leadership, specifically John Boehner and Mitch McConnell. “They don’t like constant compromises, they feel they shouldn’t have to endure anymore.”
Anderson Cooper: Dana, I mean, to talk about these polls, you look at the fact more than 50 percent of Republicans say they are either supporting Donald Trump or Dr. Ben Carson, two very unconventional candidates, how does Jeb bush or anyone else for that matter cut into that support at this point? Is there only hope for Trump and Carson too, for the shine to come off, to Matt’s point?
Dana Loesch: I mean, we’re still early on. I think at this point, if we were going to have the election tomorrow, I think the only way that Jeb Bush would be able to cut through is change his last name, maybe change his position on a few policies, as well. That we have to realize Donald Trump is a giant red-headed middle finger to the GOP establishment. That’s exactly what he is. There is a reason why outsiders are rising to the top. Because outsiders, are not insiders. They are not in the beltway. People are tired of the same old, same old. And they are really dissatisfied with Republican Party leadership, John Boehner, Mitch McConnell. They don’t like constant compromises they feel they shouldn’t have to endure anymore. Voters, they gave Boehner the House, gave McConnell the Senate and they want returns back.