Donald Trump's decisive win in Indiana last night drove Ted Cruz (his last significant challenger) from the race, and virtually guaranteed the real estate mogul the Republican presidential nomination. Though many Republican leaders are now urging conservative voters to unify around Trump, the party seems thrown into chaos.
Will Trump's victory create a huge crisis? Further empower #NeverTrump? Even end the GOP?
OR will the GOP unify around Trump?
The #NeverTrump movement is just digging in further, and vulnerable Republican candidates have been urged to distance themselves from Trump to minimize the damage the divisive and highly unpopular nominee could do to down-ticket races. And if the party splinters into numerous factions over Trump's nomination, can the pieces be put back together again?