(Brendan Kirby, LifeZette) – A little feeling of dismay that is still overcome by unrelenting hopes and determination of continuing his political battle was expressed by the Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump after knowing that his GOP allies refused to stand firm with their promise of supporting the party’s official nominee.
The party’s presidentables then took a pledge in August last year of supporting the GOP nominee. However, shortly after the state primaries were completed, where many of GOP leaders withheld and lose hold of their political desire in the process, and having in place the approaching convention this month, these GOP fellows now decline to recognize and honor the pledge they took almost a year ago. Trump wanted to know why they’re holding back in supporting their co-Republican in their journey as one party, to the point that he has called them “sore losers.”
“It was a rough campaign,” Trump said. “They say it was the roughest campaign ever in the history of Republican politics, but what you do is you go to sleep for a couple of days and you wake up and you honor [the pledge].”
Trump’s ending his fight never came out into his mind “whatever happens” but he is even more willing to take a solo flight where his party ultimately stops taking heed of him. This, however, Republican Party Chairman Reince Preibus, clarified. He fears of losing Trump, thus, he is again leaning closely with other GOP leaders of their pledge in supporting the official GOP nominee.