Now that the primary season for the Republicans is basically over, it is easier to talk freely.
Trump may end up uniting the party and making it stronger. The reason is that he unites many people of the party who don't mind him, and he tends to unify different factions, so some libertarians don't mind him. Some social conservatives don't mind Trump – and he swept the south. And I don't mind him, and we used to love watching the (original) "Apprentice" when I was going through school getting my MBA.
That isn't to say everyone from these factions will like him, but enough people from different factions have that he will become the GOP nominee. Trump may also restore traditional virtue in conservative foreign policy – which wasn't meant to be the policeman of the world, or the provider for the U.N., or the member of every entangling foreign alliance out there (contrary to the advice of George Washington), but one that leaves others alone, puts America first and pursues a foreign policy of peace, commerce and honest friendship (Thomas Jefferson).
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The neocon faction will never like Trump, but, again, that may bring great good to the Republican Party's future. Here's hoping for a good four years with Trump.