What would the Republican . Party do If President elect Trump switch parties

Kingston, New York
December 6, 2016 5:16pm CST
Here a thought a long time ago Trump was in the reform party and at a certain time he was a Democrat. Say after a year in office Presdent elect Trump decided to switch party. How do you think the Republican party will act or the people who voted for him. I can see him doing that or making a new party has a Presdent ever change parties while in office
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@topffer (34162)
• France
6 Dec 16
After an election, a president has to be a president for every citizen, so he has to stay besides or above parties, I do not think that Trump will be different.
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@yukimori (9047)
• United States
6 Dec 16
If he even gets the votes from the Electoral College and makes it to President. Apparently there are at least a couple of Republican electors who aren't going to cast their votes for Trump.
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@topffer (34162)
• France
7 Dec 16
@yukimori A couple or 10, why not, but for what I read 37 would need to change their mind to have not him elected ; it would be a Revolution. I prefer the direct universal suffrage we have here. And with it Trump would not have been elected.
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@yukimori (9047)
• United States
7 Dec 16
@topffer It seems like a much more sensible option than the circus that led to Trump being declared President-elect.
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