This video from the USA says about itself:
Veterans To Trump: End Hate Speech
3 March 2016
LAST NIGHT’S DEBATE DEVOLVED QUICKLY Between Donald Trump assuring America about the size of his hands to discussions about Little Marco, this was a debate for the crude insult history books. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio did land some massive punches on the front-runner, with some help from the moderators, but it would appear to be too little, too late. [Jonathan Cohn, HuffPost]
The Republican presidential nominee in 2012, Mitt Romney, denounced the party’s current presidential frontrunner, billionaire Donald Trump, in a remarkable speech Thursday at Utah State University. In the 20-minute address, broadcast by all the cable networks to a national television audience, Romney called Trump a fraud, a threat to democracy and a man grossly unfit to be president. The speech lays bare deep divisions within the US ruling class as a whole, which are ripping apart the Republican Party: here.
Mitt Romney’s plan for the GOP convention, which last night’s GOP debate seemed to throw a wrench in: Rubio goes from “#NeverTrump” to “never say never Trump,” dampening talk of a contested convention.
Sony is trying to bury a Sasha Baron Cohen movie that contains a controversial scene about Donald Trump.
In the aftermath of Super Tuesday, not even the political establishment and media can deny that the United States is in the throes of a profound political crisis. The candidacy of Donald Trump can no longer be dismissed—as it has been until very recently by so many pundits—as merely a bizarre and even somewhat entertaining sideshow. While the outcome remains uncertain, the front-runner for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination is a candidate whose persona and appeal are of a distinctly fascistic character: here.
John Kasich Continues His Pattern Of Making Demeaning Comments To Women: here.