Michael Gaynor
A proposed Indiana victory speech for Donald Trump
By Michael Gaynor
May 3, 2016

Enabling Bill Clinton's enabler is not something a sensible Republican or conservative should do, of course, and the sooner Cruz and Fiorina come to their senses, the better.

If Donald Trump wins Indiana on May 3, the race for the Republican presidential nomination will be effectively over.

Ted Cruz and Carly Fiorina may sstubbornly refuse to admit it and suspend their campaign, but even those joining them in refusing to recognize that Trump is the presumptive Republican presidential nominee will realize that he is that and they have allowed their ambition to make them Hillary enablers.

Enabling Bill Clinton's enabler is not something a sensible Republican or conservative should do, of course, and the sooner Cruz and Fiorina come to their senses, the better.

On Indiana primary night, it will behooves Trump not only to declare victory, but to begin the process of uniting unitable Republicans and conservatives and let the "rule or ruin" clique still refusing to help him make America great again self-destruct and reveal their true priorities.

Herewith a suggested brief victory statement for Trump.

Thank you, Indiana!

Last week the voters in every county in Connecticut, Delaware. Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island supported my presidential campaign.

Tonight Indiana agreed and confirmed me as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

The need to make America great again is greater than ever and there is no time to waste.

It is time to unite.

In order to make America great again as soon as possible, I will need the support of the Congressional candidates and Governors supporting me and they will need the support of my supporters to be elected to do what desperately needs to done.

Do not let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

I said that Governor Mike Pence is a great Governor after I met him recently and I say it now, even though he didn't vote for me today.

Governor Pence made a point of expressing gratitude for my voice in the national debate and commending me for giving voice to the frustration of millions of working Americans with a lack of progress in Washington, D.C."

Governor Pence also made it clear that Indianans should make up their own minds for whom to vote when he announced that he would vote for Senator Cruz.

That's what Indianans did!

So Governor Pence and I will me on the ballot together this year in November and working together to make America great again.

I appreciate that Governor Pence pledged to work his heart out for the Republican team to make sure we deliver a great victory.

I take Governor Pence at his word and urge my supporters to support his reelection campaign as well as voting for me.

If my supporters don't vote for Governor Pence too, they won't be helping me.or themselves making America great again as fast as possible.

Together, we can make America great again.

Together, we must make America great again.

God bless America!

© Michael Gaynor


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Michael Gaynor

Michael J. Gaynor has been practicing law in New York since 1973. A former partner at Fulton, Duncombe & Rowe and Gaynor & Bass, he is a solo practitioner admitted to practice in New York state and federal courts and an Association of the Bar of the City of New York member... (more)


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