This week in Steamboat Springs, a Washington insider gave a hint at what the Republican Party may be planning after the November elections in which many in the GOP believe their presidential candidate will lose, and lose big.
Republican Brian Wild is a D.C.-based policy director for the Denver law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, which has its hands in deep-pocketed political interests in both the Eastern and Mountain time zones. He and Democratic counterpart Elizabeth Gore, also a D.C. policy director with Brownstein, debated the presidential election Thursday during the summer conference of the Colorado Water Congress.
Gore started off by saying she would vote for Democratic presidential nominee and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Wild replied, “I’m voting.” Full stop. No mention of the Republican candidate, businessman Donald Trump, or any other presidential candidate.
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