Trump: "I Really Don't Want Jeb's Endorsement"

Christopher Menahan | InformationLiberation
Dec. 16, 2015

If you recall from the first republican debate, everyone in the republican field was asked to raise their hand if they were "unwilling to pledge [their] support to the eventual nominee of the republican party."

The cowardly Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, and every other cuckservative on the stage didn't move an inch, yet Trump boldly raised his hand, stood alone, and took the inevitable attacks which followed.

Now, we hear despite his pledge the cowardly Bush is considering withholding his endorsement if Trump wins, and The Donald is slamming him for it.

The Washington Post reports:
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday was highly dismissive when asked about reports that Republican rival Jeb Bush had considered withholding his hypothetical general election endorsement – not because he doubted the possibility, but because “I really don’t want” his support.

“I really don't want Jeb's endorsement, because he is a low-energy person and he does not represent strength, power and stamina, which are qualities our country desperately needs,” Trump said in a sharply worded statement to The Post. “But if he does not endorse and support me as the nominee, legally he cannot be on the ballot in many states, so that would be the end of his candidacy -- but that doesn't matter because he is not going to win anyway.”

The Bush campaign investigated the consequences of renouncing Trump as the potential Republican nominee outright, which several Bush donors and friends have reportedly suggested in recent months. The campaign disputed an account by Politico that indicated Bush had planned to announce he would not support Trump during Tuesday night’s debate in Las Vegas – because it’s against the rules.
Even if you don't like Trump, his denying the entitled third Bush his ascendancy to the throne should be celebrated by all.













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