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Chicago Tribune: Trump Ends 'Love Affair' With Presidency

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Monday, 08 Aug 2016 01:12 PM

Donald Trump no longer wants to be president and is doing "everything possible to show that he wants out," Chicago Tribune columnist Dahleen Glanton writes Monday.

"Like a schoolboy falling for a girl the very first time, Trump was bewitched by the grandeur of the title 'Mr. President,''' Glanton says.

"Potential supporters … fell in love with his brash demeanor, his uncensored voice and his irreverent behavior. But for Trump, the feelings never ran as deep. For him, it was merely a crush.

"Since the Republican National Convention, he has made blunder after blunder. He seems to be doing everything possible to show that he wants out."

And that, Glanton says, has Republican Party leaders "in a panic" looking into options for replacing him if he takes a powder.

And if he does make it through to November, "Trump already has begun to try and ease the heartache his followers will undoubtedly feel," she writes.

"It won't be their fault, he assured them. And it certainly won't be his. If he doesn't get to be president next year, it will be because America's election system is rigged."

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Donald Trump no longer wants to be president and is doing "everything possible to show that he wants out," Chicago Tribune columnist Dahleen Glanton writes in Monday's editions.
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