...does anyone else notice that Team #NeverTrump refuses to so much as speculate about -why- they've lost?
I mean really speculate, not just identify the litany of faults in their opposition that has landed them in their current predicament. Even if they say people rejected their message, it's worth asking 'Why did they?' What do people like about Trump's message?
This isn't a general election loss. It's a loss within the party itself. By a candidate who has barely spent any money, who has gone up against tens of millions of dollars in ads attacking him, and a press that despises him.
What went wrong? What is Trump doing and saying that is motivating so many people to vote for him at this stage?
Here's something to consider: already you have GOP people talking openly about how they'll vote and campaign for Hillary Clinton now. A wild thought - do you think maybe many of Trump's supporters aren't terribly surprised by that?