Term Ends: 2022
VIDEO: Possible Trump nomination divides GOP
Both conservatives said they would like to see Trump's presidential bid end, and Stroebel likened a recent Trump speech to being "on the floor of the capitol, listening to a Madison liberal." Stroebel, who is Ted Cruz's state chair for Wisconsin, predicted Republicans will stay home on Election Day if Trump is on the ballot.
In a Right Wisconsin blog post, Republican state Sen. Duey Stroebel blames the GOP establishment for Donald Trump. It's been a failed strategy of inaction that caused a voter revolt, he insists. Instead of tackling issues, the senator claims, Republicans decided it was better to do nothing and that upset the people who voted for them.