Once again who’s surprised? Trump thinking goes like this, from day one, “I will win the nomination or I will sink the GOP with an Independent run”. He cares about “winning” for himself, not for the country. He should be as trusted about as much as one can throw him. The more he is attacked, the more is fragile ego will emerge, he likes to dish it out but not take it. Has learned throughout his life that rules don’t apply to him, character is nothing but a word for losers, and he doesn’t like to lose…
The Democrats and CNN raise his name in discussions more than anyone as they realize that he is not a formidable opponent, they relish the opportunity to face him. If he did happen to win by some chance, they would have an economic socialist in office so it’s a win/win for politics, a loss for the uniqueness of America.
“The RNC better get its act together,” Trump said at a campaign stop in South Carolina. “I signed a pledge. But the pledge isn’t being honored by them.”
Last September, after much intra-party drama, Trump signed a “loyalty pledge” saying he would support the eventual GOP nominee – though the document was not binding, it was an effort to soothe concerns he might strike out and run as an independent.
But Trump on Monday said the RNC isn’t holding up its end of the bargain, suggesting the committee was hurting his campaign by giving out too many GOP debate tickets to donors. This was a reference to incidents at the last two debates, where Trump repeatedly was booed by the audience – and Trump, in turn, openly accused them of being rival candidate Jeb Bush’s donors and supporters.
Trump warned Monday that the pledge he signed to support the GOP nominee was “a double-edged pledge,” and the RNC isn’t honoring its end.