Have the other Republican contenders finally faced the music and realized that Trump will most likely be the nominee? They just made a huge promise about the coming general election.
‘Even if it’s not me?’ he first answered and grinned.
Before giving his answer, Trump touted the millions and millions of people he said he brought into the Republican party. ‘And, by the way, the Democrats are losing people,’ Trump said.
‘It’s the biggest thing that’s happening in politics and I’m very proud to be a part of it and I’m going to give them some credit too, even if they don’t deserve it,’ Trump said, motioning to his three rivals. ‘But the answer is yes, I will.’
On the Fox News debate stage in August – the last time Trump appeared in the same room with moderator Megyn Kelly as he skipped the network’s Iowa debate – the billionaire was the sole person who raised his hand when asked if there was any candidate who, at that time, wouldn’t commit to supporting the eventual GOP nominee.
By early September, however, he was holding up a signed Republican National Committee pledge, alongside Chairman Reince Priebus, in the lobby of Trump Tower.
‘The best way for the Republicans to win is if I win the nomination and go directly against whoever they happen to put up. And for that reason, I have signed the pledge,’ Trump declared at the time.
Since then, he’s given himself some wiggle room to get out of it if needed.
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