What will the Republican Party look like after Donald Trump? Will the party be in the future SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) list as a hate movement? After the confusion within the party about him "Trump" being the choice for the 2016 election, is this the complete change of one of America's most important political parties ?
Trump had either directly are indirectly insulated many key Republican mem...bers: Among Republicans, it’s known as the Eleventh Commandment: "Thou shalt not speak ill of fellow Republicans". Donald Trump has broken that commandment, repeatedly. In fact, he’s even spoken ill of President Reagan, who coined the maxim.

• John McCain : He’s not a war hero,” Trump said. “He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.”
Graduated last in his class at Annapolis--dummy!
• Mitt Romney: He told the Washington Post that Romney was “a frozen jellyfish” in the presidential debates.
• On Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz Trump nicknamed them "Little Marco" and "Lyin' Ted," respectively, and blasted them on the social media platform and on the debate stage throughout the primary campaign he also insulted Ted Cruz’s wife Heidi, supposedly for not being as beautiful as his wife, Melania.

Most of the above persons are today supporting Trump, where is pride and self respect, what commandment will the Republican add that gives the right to insult.

Will this also be added to the political protocol for the Republican President to insult other countries leaders?
Remember since 2008 for the first time in our democracy a "The Legislative Branch" has continually insulated the elected President of the United States so I guess it is normal for the Republicans to insult (to treat with insolence, indignity, or contempt).

I myself consider Trump is a good con-man (a person who swindles another by means of a confidence trick) the problem is today the "another" is a country and its values.

Today he is playing a very technical game: WHY?
He first started with the depressed white population that felt their white supremacy was at risk, he now has them on his bandwagon.
Now he is turning toward the colored Americans (I refuse to use the term afro-American) saying that he is their future "Look at how much African American communities are suffering from Democratic control. To those I say the following: What do you have to lose by trying something new like Trump? What do you have to lose?" what he is saying is an African American President here I except the term "African American" hasn't done anything for "his" people.
The technical game is to pick up enough voices on one side without losing to many voices on the other side.
Politically do we respect people only for their votes?