by Gerald Celente
I began my career running political campaigns in Westchester County, which borders New York City. It was the wealthiest county in the country at the time. I was the assistant to the secretary of the New York State Senate, I designed and instructed American campaign politics and technology at St. John’s University. I was a chief government affairs specialist for many years in Washington — working for the chemical industry, I should add. I only mention this because I know how political establishments operate, the kind that Trump is up against right now.
The GOP establishment fears Donald Trump more than it fears Hillary Clinton. Many Republican elites have done everything but but openly endorse Hillary. The GOP’s visible establishment is made up of people like Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, Lindsay Graham and John McCain. But it also includes the fundraisers and think tank types who support them.