Jim Schultz, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Government Law practice group, appeared on NBC10 news to discuss the results and implications of Super Tuesday. Jim noted that, "It's looking more and more like Trump is going to be the presumptive nominee and he's beginning to act like it." When asked what that might mean for the Republican nomination process, Jim stated that as voters increasingly turn out for the current GOP front-runner, "It becomes very difficult for the established Republican leadership to run away from Donald Trump." Jim also noted that Trump may be trying to make it easier for the establishment to nominate him by potentially, "dialing down" the rhetoric.
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