Republicans have lost any hope of getting minority votes for at least a generation due to Trump: GOP strategist
Rick Tyler (MSNBC)

Appearing on MSNBC late Monday, GOP strategist Rick Tyler explained that the Republican Party can kiss any hope of regaining votes from minority groups goodbye for at least a generation due to Donald Trump.

According to Newsweek, Tyler explained, "The GOP had done a 'really bad job' of recruiting minority members, and argued it was 'just a matter of time' before states and House districts had minority-majority populations."

"I was concerned about the Republican Party's recruitment of women and minorities. But I'm less concerned about the Trump party, because I don't believe... there is a Republican Party left," Tyler explained. "If you want to talk about the Republicans as they exist today: if you don't recruit minorities and you don't recruit women, it's just math, it's just a matter of time before those minorities become majorities, or at least you'll have minority-majority populations in many states and many districts."

"I think we've had such a setback it may be a generation before Republicans have a hope of winning back them if we can ever reconstitute Republicanism," he added. "Because we don't have Republicanism anymore, we have Trumpism."

You can watch the clip here.