Published: Mon, June 13, 2016
U.S. | By Wayne Curry

Trump Throws A Tantrum And Threatens Not To Campaign For Republicans

Has there ever been a more weird and tangled process than what we've seen in both presidential contests this year?

Trump's Senior Policy Advisor immediately addressed the feud between Hillary Clinton and the presumptive Republican nominee.

It's as if each party fought a civil war and now can't make peace.

Democrats say they plan to use Trump's trip over the next week to draw negative attention to him. "Warren held her current beliefs about ensuring votes for all nominees when her party was engaged in serial and unprecedented filibusters against women and minorities during the Bush administration, she kept them to herself".

"Donald Trump chose racism as his weapon, but his aim is exactly the same as the rest of the Republicans, " Warren said. So such pledges should be deemed worthless in the future.

While at a rally in Virginia, Trump mentioned Brady as one of the "champions" who support his candidacy for office.

In his presidential campaign, Trump has belittled his fellow Republicans, hurled insults at our allies, religious leaders, neighbors and judges as well as denigrated our military strength and global leadership.

"As the governor has expressed before, she is concerned by, and strongly disagrees with, some of Mr. Trump's rhetoric and positions, including his comments about a federal judge", Martinez spokesman Chris Sanchez said in a statement sent to the Journal. The San Diego association's mission is professional development and mentoring, and it demanded a retraction from Trump.

Clovis said Trump was entitled to his opinion.

Paul Ryan, the top elected U.S. Republican, had criticized Trump for what he called a "textbook definition of a racist comment" for his remarks about the judge.

Stone said the group will advertise and have volunteers across the country in the hopes of driving up the female vote for Trump, who faces the nation's first female major-party presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, in November. And, she asked, "Is it too late for the party to change the rules?"

"It would be huge, I think you'd have a cascade and then everything opens up", he said.

Kristol tweeted late Thursday that the idea of a "conscience convention", where delegates are free to vote for whomever they want to, is also appealing. Whether or not they affect the campaign will be up to the voters.

Some, remembering his insults, may just be out for revenge.

Even if he struggles to raise hard money contributions, Trump will be able to rely on some outside help.

And, in the current toxic media environment, any Republican can buy a good headline by slamming Trump.

Trump has questioned the wisdom of American involvement in North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, has decried its cost to America and has called for European allies to pay more for their own defense.

Kristol also floated former 2016 candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich and New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez as possibilities to mount an independent run, though neither has indicated any willingness to do so previously.

"This is all misplaced".

Barry's brother, Donald Trump, might think so. Those are Donald's opinions and he has the right to express them...

As his supporters began singing, Trump laughed and said: "I don't want to hear about it".

"When Donald Trump... calls women "pigs" - it goes against everything we stand for". Five years later, President Barack Obama nominated Curiel to the federal bench.

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