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Reports: Trump Campaign in Disarray, Staff 'Suicidal'

UNITED STATES - JULY 20: Donald Trump speaks with RNC chairman Reince Priebus on the side of the stage during the podium check early Thursday afternoon in preparation for accepting the GOP nomination to be President at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio on Wednesday July 20, 2016. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call) (CQ Roll Call via AP Images)

Oh my, it seems that the guys and gals who created the political monster called Donald Trump finally realize they made a major mistake:

I can imagine. They’re all telling Trump to at least pretend to be a serious presidential candidate, but he just does whatever he wants. In his case, that means attacking the parents of a brave soldier who died for his country and angering Republican leaders — whose help he desperately needs in order to rally the troops in November — by refusing to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan.

If that doesn’t make Trump’s staffers suicidal, they’re either insane or as dumb as a cow. (Anyone who grew up in a village or, better yet, on a farm knows what I’m talking about)

Of course, Trump’s spokesman immediately struck back, accusing Harwood of being a liberal hack. Which he is. That doesn’t mean he’s wrong, however. In fact, his report is backed up by several other journalists:

According to PJ Media’s own Debra Heine, the situation is becoming so bad that the GOP is actually preparing a contingency plan in case Trump decides to drop out of the presidential race altogether. Although I believe his ego will not allow him to do so, I could be wrong: If he feels he can blame it on others, he may actually do it. After all, this is a man who feels no remorse for anything and who feels loyalty towards no one.

Even if he doesn’t get out, however, chances are he’ll end up all alone — except for his family. Everybody else is clearly trying to run as far away from him as they possibly can.