When Donald Trump announced his presidential candidacy, many expected the presidential election to turn into a nasty brawl. Considering the man’s history of controversial remarks, paired with his huge personality, a focused effort to stop the man from entering the Oval Office was all but guaranteed.
What seemed unlikely at the time was that the brawl would start so early — and would come from within the ranks of the Republican party.
The Party establishment’s disdain for Trump is well documented, but now the party’s foreign policy hawks are joining in on the Anti-Trump war.
They’re upset with Trump’s refusal to support the war in Iraq, and are repulsed by his assertion that he would negotiate a deal between Israel and Palestine.
It seems Trump’s refusal to accept war as a forgone conclusion has many neo-cons within the party losing sleep at night.
See what these neo-conservative leaders have to say about trump on the next page, including their shocking admission as to who they would prefer: