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The Reform Party is a third party in the United States of America and used to be the largest centrist party, they have gone center-right.

In 2000 Pat Buchanan went as their candidate and changed their platform to be right-wing, which caused many members to vote against him, and for Ralph Nader instead. Donald Trump also ran for the Reform Party in 1999, but dropped out in early-2000 [1]. Then in 2004, they endorsed Ralph Nader, since they didn't have a candidate. WTF guys?

In 2004, the party had about 40,000 members[2], but now there are about 17. More like Deform Party.

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