Brooks: Trump Used Bankruptcy Laws, And Now He’s ‘Outfoxed’ by Delegate Laws

New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump “was perfectly willing to use the amoral bankruptcy laws to his own advantage. And now he’s just getting outfoxed in the amoral delegate laws” and that such laws are “by some logic…to prevent Donald Trump, and people like Donald Trump, who are of the moment” because the party has an “an organizational structure in which they make decisions” “because you want a party to have consistency over time” on Friday’s “PBS NewsHour.” Brooks said, “Well, as others pointed out, as a businessman, he was perfectly willing to use

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