The 2016 GOP Presidential race has almost entirely been dominated by one man: Donald Trump.
From disparaging comments about Mexicans, immigrants, Muslims, and other candidates, Trump should not be considered a real candidate. His poll numbers reflect an opposite view that I cannot seem to fathom. Trump has done wonders to make the Republican Party a political joke than a major political party.
Trump is a personality derived from his business success. He has worked with people and compromised, probably, on many issues. His strong and vocal opinions are not what voters should be looking for in a Presidential candidate.
The 2016 election should not be defined by a loud speaking business personality, but by a new set of potential leaders set to adapt American politics for the next generation.