- The Republican convention would be a political bloodbath which would be removed from his own party all the stops so that Donald Trump does not have to be hoisted on the shield. Meanwhile, the rest seems to be in the party ranks just before the convention in Cleveland starts something back. But criticism is enough.
As the Republican Congressman Bill Huizenga in the town of Zeeland in West Michigan. A veteran who next week is experiencing its fourth convention and in his own constituency with all those Dutch roots, to talk to the blisters on his tongue so that people on the controversial property tycoon votes.
,, The people see Trump a bit like the New York annex braggart showman. It is here you do but normally you crazy enough. As in Holland say. The Dutch who went to the area, did so often because they do not have enough Calvinist found in the Netherlands. You can see it again, '' explains Huizenga, married to a Dutch-Canadian who still has family living in Friesland, out.
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Huizenga has annoyed at statements by the businessman about Mexicans and Muslims or the way he wanted to reduce the US debt.,, Irresponsible towards your financial partners. We do not like it here. We are in terms of finances as strict as you Dutchmen. ''
But Hillary Clinton he and his comrades all have nothing critical, so his vote goes to Trump. Huizenga is himself for re-election in his district and is happy that Trump now Mike Pence, the governor of the neighboring Indiana, has named his vice president candidate.,, That is going to work here. A quiet man from the Midwest who knows how to get things done, '' barrel Congressman together.
,, Because of course it's for my re-election is important who is 'on top of the ticket' my party state. As people here know what I stand for. ''
Huizenga will go to the convention in Cleveland with his son Monday to hear Trump.
,, He is going to study political science. This seems a wise first lesson for him. Because what you think also, there's political history being written. ''