If Donald Trump doesn't win the presidency this November, he won't have himself to blame. It'll be the fault of the Republican Party's betrayal of their own nominee.
Donald Trump has already proved himself to be one of the best political campaigners in modern political history. He went from outsider businessman to GOP frontrunner literally overnight, and held onto that distinction in every major poll until he was officially crowned the presumptive nominee.
Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, has proven herself to be one of the least competent politicians in a generation. After an embarrassing loss in 2008, she followed up with an equally pitiful showing in 2016. Sure, she clinched the nomination, but the fantastically weak fashion in which she limped across the finish line has even her biggest doubters shocked by her ineptitude.
All of this seems like a set-up for a Trump landslide, but the polls show the exact opposite. Why? Because scorned Republicans are now refusing to support the man their party elected.
Chief among these anti-Trumpites is Mitt Romney, the man who once held Trump's title of GOP nominee just four years ago. While he then expected a unified Republican Party, he's now the one driving a wedge through it's middle.
See his shocking anti-Trump statements on the next page: