I was going to post about how much Trump's campaign behaviour resembles one gigantic troll of the Republican party, and the entire planet, but I see the point has been made before.
The thing is, some trolls can be pretty funny, and I'd be pretty sure that at some of those supporting him think it is all part of a game.
But I can't see it lasting all the way to the White House.
The fact that the Koch Brothers are starting to fight harder against him doesn't mean much - didn't they blow a huge amount of money on the Romney run?
Trump winning the candidacy would therefore have a couple of benefits - it may further impoverish the Koch's bank account and influence, and (presumably) blow up the Party whose behaviour and nonsense ideology for the last decade deserves blowing up.
I also didn't mind this article that gives a possible explanation as to why even evangelicals are voting for Trump: as a "last hurrah" against a lost culture war. Or, maybe, evangelicals just enjoy a funny troll, too...