A look back with retiring Sen. Steve Urquhart on the LDS Church, LGBT rights and Donald Trump | Deseret News: "SU: It’s interesting. The tea party stuff, you saw it out there and you felt the groundswell. You kinda knew what the earthquake was that caused the tsunami — it was the Affordable Care Act and this was a reaction to it. This current sentiment, I don’t know what the epicenter is; I don’t know when it happened. But the huge sentiment out there is “none of the above.” Donald Trump is none of the above. That was a pretty dang good Republican field he just shredded. Because he’s none of the above. Bernie Sanders? Come on. I mean I think he’s a nice guy, but any other year he wouldn’t have had a chance. But he was the closest thing to none of the above in that field, and he gave Hillary all she could take. Looking forward to November, if Trump doesn’t just completely implode, which he probably will because I don’t think he can control what he says, but if he could stop talking between now and November, I think he’d win, because that is the flavor of the day. It’s none of the above. It’s weird. We’re the best nation in the world right now. There’s not even a second place. Globally, things are running so well for us, but people right now, they just want to rip it up and do something new.
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