Two of Donald Trump’s most high-profile supporters in Congress have a case of buyer’s remorse.
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Vista) said he’d like to “redo” the entire primary process without Trump as a candidate. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine), one of the first members of the House to back Trump, warned of an attempt to block Trump as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee and of potential violence at the GOP national convention in July.
Issa blamed President Obama, in part, for the Trump phenomenon.
“Donald Trump got this job because this president has been so polarizing,” Issa said Monday at the San Diego...