Boston Globe Publishes Fake Front Page Imagining A Trump Presidency

The Boston Globe used its front page Sunday to imagine what it would look like if Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump won the White House.

Leading the front page (on its Global Ideas section) was a headline titled “Deportations To Begin” and was surrounded by articles of a failing stock market, a new libel law targeting the press, and worsening foreign relations.

The front page was accompanied by an editorial condemning Trump’s remarks while also calling Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) a “dangerous” nominee.

The newspaper suggested the party support former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney or House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI).

“The Republican Party‚Äôs standard deserves to be hoisted by an honorable and decent man, like Romney or Ryan, elected on the convention floor,” the editorial read. “It is better to lose with principle than to accept a dangerous deal from a demagogue.”

Read the full front page.

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