What will Donald Trump’s most ardent supporters do if he doesn’t win?
“They’ll be angry,” predicted Ken Shaw, a retired lawyer, as he waited for Trump in a gymnasium thronged with noisy supporters in Geneva, Ohio, last week. “They’ll never accept Hillary Clinton as president. They’ll know she couldn’t have won it fair and square. It could touch off a revolution.”
“Civil war,” a man standing next to Shaw chimed in. “Could be a civil war.”
“Could be,” Shaw agreed, nodding cheerfully.
The faithful who turn out for Trump’s rallies, waiting for hours to hear their champion give his rumbustious stump speech, hold to certain articles of...