Yesterday morning (Twitter). He also rambled when asked the simple question of whether he would disavow the KKK (CNN). Clinton and Sanders have already jumped all over this (The Hill). Trump is also bragging he’d make it easier to sue the media (CNN). From the Economist: The things Mr Trump has said in this campaign make him unworthy of leading one of the world’s great political parties, let alone America. One way to judge politicians is by whether they appeal to our better natures: Mr Trump has prospered by inciting hatred and violence. He is so unpredictable that the thought of him anywhere near high office is terrifying. He must be stopped (Economist). From Club for Growth president David McIntosh: “We’re neutral on the other candidates. We’ve said that both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are gold standards—either would be great on economic issues. This is about stopping Trump” (WSJ). Rebecca Hagelin details why Trump is “The king of sleaze” (Townhall). But he’s still better than Clinton (Washington Examiner). While Trump managed to get the backing of one Republican Senator (Breitbart) another said he wouldn’t even vote for Trump against Hillary (Washington Examiner). Lamar Alexander threw his weight behind Rubio (NBC News). Cruz continued to hammer away at Trump (ABC News). Trump is still looking strong for Super Tuesday (CBS News).