New Jersey Governor Chris Christie endorsed former opponent Donald Trump last week. Christie's own national finance co-chair called that "an astonishing display of political opportunism." This weekend in Birmingham, Alabama, US Senator Jeff Sessions said Donald Trump is leading "a movement." Trump boasted, "I hate to say it. I'm becoming main stream. All these people are now endorsing me." But the Republican "mainstream" is divided. South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley calls Trump's nomination, "something we don't want to see happen." There are reports of "frantic" efforts to stop Trump in his tracks — even down to a "brokered" GOP convention in Cleveland this summer. So far, he's beating the Party, the Big Money and the Establishment Media.
Is Trump Winning the Nomination by Beating the System?
Michael Signer - City of Charlottesville, Virginia - @mikesigner, Peter Wehner - Ethics and Public Policy Center - @Peter_Wehner, Matt Taibbi - Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone - @mtaibbi, Jeffrey Lord - American Spectator - @JeffJlpa1, Jennifer Mercieca - Texas A&M University - @jenmercieca