The gloves are coming off! He says GOP has not kept their promise to treat him fairly.
When asked by reporters on Tuesday if he would keep the pledge he signed last September, to support the eventual Republican nominee, no matter WHO it is, Trump responded, “No, I won’t.”
He explained that he is taking back his promise because “I have been treated very unfairly,” by the GOP and the establishment leaders.
His two Republican rivals, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, also refused to say they would support Trump or whoever is the nominee.
“If the nominee is somebody I think is really hurting the country, and dividing the country, I can’t stand behind them,” Kasich said. Cruz refused to commit to backing Trump, saying if he were the nominee it would hand the election to Clinton.
Cruz, speaking at the town hall, said his focus was on winning the GOP nomination — either by getting the 1,237 delegates necessary by the end of the primary season or capturing it at the Republican National Convention in July.
“We are competing to win,” Cruz said. “We’re not competing to stop Donald Trump. … Donald is not going to be the GOP nominee. We’re going to beat him.”
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