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The Reform Party was drawing a disproportionate number of votes from the Republicans. Bill Clinton, the great politician, he never got % in any election. No Ross Perot, no Bill Clinton. [Barrett] So when the son is running in , and the Reform Party is still on the ballot in every state in the United States, then they’re very concerned about who is going to wind up the Reform Party candidate for president. Today, I am ending my lifelong membership in the Republican Party and I’m declaring my intention to seek the nomination of the Reform Party for the presidency of the United States of America. [crowd cheering] [Barrett] Roger Stone comes up with the brilliant idea of getting Pat Buchanan out of the Republican line and to get him to run for the Reform Party. [Stone] Yes, I… I encourage him to run, but I also, yeah, I have an interest in the Reform Party imploding at that point. [reporter] Just when Buchanan hoped to have the political stage to himself, he was trumped. Businessman Donald Trump announcing today, he too will switch from the GOP to the Reform Party and may even seek its presidential nomination. And if he does, he says, it will not be just a publicity stunt for his empire of office buildings, casinos and hotels. He will run to win, he says, despite his reputation. When Donald Trump announces that he’s going to run, it completely throws everything into chaos. George, should the American people take the Reform Party seriously? Well, not if Donald Trump is their leader. [reporter] Donald Trump is being supported by a fellow named Roger Stone, who is a longtime political activist who had worked for Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan. It looks to me like Pat Buchanan is going to get in the water, and a Trump-Buchanan race, it’d be a great race. It’s unexpected. No one sees it coming. And to make matters worse, Trump doesn’t exactly run for the nomination so much as he runs against Pat Buchanan. He’s a Hitler lover. I guess he’s an anti-Semite. He doesn’t like the blacks. He doesn’t like the s. [reporter] What’s wrong with Pat Buchanan? Well, it’s pretty obvious, isn’t it? He’s obviously in love with Adolf Hitler in some form, and I don’t think the Reform Party should be taking losers. Have a good time. Bear in mind that the arch-strategist of the Trump campaign is Roger Stone. Do you think that Roger is up to something here that deserves closer inspection? Well, Roger’s always been a little arch. Uh, I don’t know that he’s the arch-strategist. Do you think that Trump is just a stalking horse for, say, George Bush? [Timothy Stanley] Stone goes overnight from backing Buchanan to backing Trump, it’s very hard not to conclude that Stone had intended all along to undermine Buchanan’s candidacy in order to make the Reform nomination completely untenable, and thus give Bush a clearer shot at the presidency. Political observers this morning are still wondering what Donald Trump really wants. Is he running for president, or just getting his name and face on television? [Barrett] He was in the game enough to get a tease to the national news media