Republicans ‘actively’ exploring plot to DITCH Trump: ‘Incredibly upset’ party chair Reince Preibus calls candidate over feud with Khan family

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
By Paul Martin

Republicans revisiting party rules for filling vacancies after Trump’s erratic week
Plan would only work if Trump were to remove himself from the ballot
Officials fuming over candidate’s refusal to endorse Speaker Paul Ryan, who has a primary challenge and his spat with the family of fallen hero Humayun Khan
Trump said Tuesday he wasn’t ‘there yet’ on Ryan, mimicking language Ryan used when holding off on Trump endorsement
He’s also refusing to back Arizona senator John McCain
If Trump were to quit, 168-member RNC would meet to pick successor
Trump said election might be ‘rigged,’ tangled with gold star parents, gleefully accepted a Purple Heart and joked about how easy it was to get, and urged a mom to take her crying baby out of his rally – all in one day!
Trump accepted the GOP nomination in Cleveland last month

By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.s. Political Editor
Dailymail.com
3 August 2016

Slack-jawed senior Republican officials are so incensed at Donald Trump’s recent performance that they are actively exploring how to replace him on the ballot were the real estate mogul to drop out of the race.

‘Senior party officials’ are so upset with his behavior that they are exploring how to replace him on the ballot, ABC News reported.

CNN reported that Priebus was ‘extremely upset’ with Trump’s refusal to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan and his handling of a dispute with the Khan family – an issue where Ryan distanced himself from Trump.

NBC reported that Priebus was ‘apoplectic,’ while ABC called him ‘furious.’

Priebus called Trump Tuesday to express his frustration with how his spat with the family of slain Army Captain Humayun Khan has distracted the campaign since the end of the Democratic convention, where Khan’s father spoke, according to ABC.

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