Anti-Establishment Fervor In, GOP Elders Out?

The Takeaway
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush endorsed Mitt Romney yesterday, following the former  Massachusetts governor's  lopsided victory in Illinois. But whereas that might have been the gold-standard endorsement a few years back, the seal of establishment approval isn't so sought after these days. Within today's Republican Party, anti-establishment fervor runs incredibly high. And as party loyalty has gone by the wayside, so too has the role once served by the party's established members. Anna Sale, reporter for It's a Free Country, looked into the changing face of the Republican Party and joins us to discuss these changes and the implications on the GOP as we once knew it.
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