Trump amplifies personal attacks in latest GOP debate: analysis

Trump amplifies personal attacks in latest GOP debate: analysis

Rarely has the division between Trump and party elites been more apparent than it was on the debate stage Saturday night

Republican U.S. presidential candidate and former Governor Jeb Bush (rear) walks past rival candidate businessman Donald Trump as he stands at the front of the stage at the conclusion of the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate on February 13, 2016.

GREENVILLE, S.C.—In a few boisterous minutes, the Republican presidential race was crystallized around the question that has been asked for months: Can anyone stop Donald Trump, or will the New York billionaire bulldoze the party elites with tough talk and a no-quarter anti-establishment message that has allowed him to dominate the GOP race for months?  

Rarely has the division between Trump and party elites been more apparent than it was on the debate stage Saturday night at the Peace Center here. Refusing to bow to party orthodoxy or even politeness, Trump trashed one of the most revered families in Republican politics and made a big political bet that standing his ground is better than backing down, no matter how much he is under fire.

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