Feb 23, 2016
Former Congressman John LeBoutillier isn't convinced that Donald Trump will be the republican presidential nominee. Rather he believes that the remaining opponents will get their act together, the weakest will drop out leaving the remaining candidate stronger than Trump. When this will happen is the question. So far no one is budging and time is running out. And the theory is questionable, the belief that all of a dropping candidate's votes would go solidly against Trump. When the Donald emerges from Super-Tuesday with the lion's share of votes, many more will likely jump on the winning band wagon.