Donald Trump suggested Monday that he would sooner shred the Republican party than allow Ted Cruz to win the GOP nomination. Trump's comments at a South Carolina stop were accompanied by a release from his campaign that began:
Ted Cruz is a totally unstable individual. He is the single biggest liar I’ve ever come across, in politics or otherwise, and I have seen some of the best of them.
In the release, Trump added that the best way for him to "fight back" against the "lies" he says Cruz is spreading is to legally challenge the Canadian-born senator’s eligibility to be president. He also called on the Republican National Committee (RNC) to "intervene" and said the organization was "in default" of an agreement he signed with them last year to support the GOP nominee, whoever it might be—the suggestion being that such a violation would free him up to run independently. While campaigning in South Carolina, Trump told reporters:
"I signed a pledge, but it’s a double-edged pledge. As far as I’m concerned, they’re in default on their pledge."
An RNC spokesperson denied that the organization has any obligations based on the agreement. Poor thing—he seems to think that matters in Trump world.
Trumps loyalty is to Trump just like he speaks of himself in third person is how he see's himself think about all the wonderful deals he's going to make one for us three for him, c'mon he's a businessman like Cheney and Bush. note how he talks about doing this deal and we'll be so rich hasn't happened before but he sure got richer.
when you elect someone who from the start admits he will not necessarily honor his pledge not to run independent and if he doesn't get nominated the contract gets torn and tossed. vote for a person of no morals you can't expect anything relative to you being on that to do list, business as usual