Tonight, all of the best intel I gathered from the last week of talking with major Republican donors, fundraisers, and campaign officials about just how hard they are going to fight Donald Trump’s path to the Republican nomination.
I covered money-in-politics during 2016 and saw Republican givers fight Trump until the bitter end, when Ted Cruz dropped out after Indiana. My takeaway is that this is not 2016: Major anti-Trump donors have largely given up, and plus, they’re now consoling themselves… was Trump really that bad?
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Over the next few days, two Republican confabs may provide a final moment for the donor elite to take a breath and decide how much more money they are willing to let Nikki Haley burn before accepting reality.
Over the next week, some of the country’s wealthiest Republicans donors will gather behind closed doors at a pair of fancy hotels on opposite coasts for two prescheduled, high-minded conferences to compare notes and grapple with the question: How much more of their time and fortune are they prepared to bestow upon Nikki Haley’s long-shot presidential campaign?
The first of these mega-donor confabs will be hosted by...
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