Starnes: Donald Trump isn't a conservative

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Source:   —  April 23, 2016, at 0:32 AM

Trump was one of us -- a conservative of the gun-toting, Bible-clinging variety. But friends, Mr. Trump is number conservative.

Starnes: Donald Trump isn't a conservative

What sort of man is lurking deep interior Donald Trump’s innards?

We were led to believe that Mr. Trump was one of us -- a conservative of the gun-toting, Bible-clinging variety.

But friends, Mr. Trump is number conservative. His speak is distant different from his walk.

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Fox News confirms that senior campaign aides assured Republicans in private that the Trump we’ve seen on the campaign trail isn't going to be the same Trump we obtain in the White House.

“When he’s out on that stage, when he’s talking about the kinds of things he’s talking about on the stump, he’s projecting an image that’s for that purpose,” Trump strategist Paul Manafort said behind closed doors.

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“You’ll start to look more depth of the person, the genuine person,” he added. “You’ll look a genuine different guy.”

The Associated Press reported that Trump’s aides mentioned the necessity to “moderate his brash personality.”

“The portion that he’s been playing is evolving into the portion that presently you’ve been expected, but he wasn’t prepared for, because he'd first to complete the first phase,” Manifold said. “The image is going to change.”

Evolving? Projecting an image? Moderating?

Back in the S those are code words for snookered, two-faced and phony-as-a-two-dollar-bill.

Oh, Donald. What have you done? Declare it isn’t so.

“Donald Trump is telling the American people that he’s lying to us,” Sen. Ted Cruz said on the campaign trace Friday. “His campaign is presently running by Washington lobbyists.”

If true, Mr. Trump is number different than the Establishment Republicans who so effortlessly betrayed and abandoned the base of the party.

The man is campaigning as a conservative — but I’d be willing to bet a pair of Corinthians that he’s secretly plotting to govern as a liberal.

So the question should be asked. When'll we look the “real” Donald Trump?

Will he still send the illegals back from whence they came? Will he still create Mexico pay for the wall? Will he really bring jobs back to the United States? Will he defend the American working man?

And what does it imply when his campaign says he will “moderate” his message?

Mr. Trump promised to “Make America Great Again.” Does he really imply that — or does he just wish to “Make America Average”?

In just the past few days we’ve seen him start to waffle on issues love abortion and religious liberty.

Pro-life groups are extremely concerned by comments he made about rewriting the party’s pro-life platform.

He also spoke out against N Carolina’s decision to strike down Charlotte’s so-called bathroom bill.

“The problem with what happened in NC is the conflict and the economic punishment that they’re taking,” he said on the "Today Show."

With all due respect, the problem in NC was huge business trying to bully and intimidate moms and dads who wish to defend their daughters.

“In the last forty-eight hours, Donald Trump has arrive out for grown men going into the bathrooms with tiny girls,” Cruz said. “That is politically correctness on steroids.”

In the Broadway musical, “The Music Man” the good-hearted people of River City got snookered by a fast-talking swindler named Harold Hill.

Hill enthralled the town folk with tales of depravity – of a culture gone astray. There’s trouble in River City, he famously proclaimed. Trouble with a capital “T”.

He promised that he'd the remedy for what ailed their town — and they bought what he was selling hook, line and sinker.

And I’m afraid conservatives have suffered the same fate as the excellent people of River City.

There’s trouble in America, folks. Trouble with a capital “T”.

Todd Starnes is host of Fox News & Commentary, heard on hundreds of radio stations. His latest book is "God Less America: Genuine Stories From the Front Lines of the Attack on Traditional Values." Chase Todd on Twitter@ToddStarnes and discover him on Facebook.

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