After nominees Ted Cruz and John Kasich officially suspended their campaigns this week, Donald Trump is now left as the presumptive nominee of the GOP.
And if Republicans were distancing themselves from the 2016 presidential race before, now they're avoiding the election like the plague!
According to reports, neither former president from the Bush family — George H.W. Bush or his son George W. Bush — will endorse a candidate for presidency this election.
And you better believe that's a snub to Trump!
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Bush Jr.'s personal aide Freddy Ford told People:
This is such a defeat for freedom of speech.
Last week, Illma Gore — the artist who famously drew a painting of Donald Trump with an extremely small penis — was assaulted by a Trump supporter who obtained her home address from Facebook.
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She posted the (above) photo with the caption
This can't possibly end badly, right?
Donald Trump may have just basically won the Republican presidential nomination now that Ted Cruz and John Kasich have suspended their campaigns, but he still has to face off against one more major opponent before he can rest easy.
That's because it was announced on Wednesday that transgender advocate Laverne Cox will be on the same hour of TV as the former Apprentice star during Megyn Kelly's upcoming primetime special!
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Megyn Kelly Presents will feature interviews with some of today's most talked about celebs — like Michael Douglas and O.J. Simpson lawyer Robert Shapiro — but we're mostly excited to see the Orange Is the New Black has anything to say about the Conservative politician and his views!
Plus, based on his and Megyn's awkward past, we're sure he'll come out of all this looking like an ass anyway! LOLz!!!
Make sure to catch Laverne AND Donald when Megyn Kelly Presents premieres Tuesday, May 17 at 8 p.m. EST on FOX!
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