Trump Says THIS Could Get Him Out Of Pledge To Not Run Third Party

"I signed a pledge, but it’s a double-edged pledge. As far as I’m concerned, [the Republican National Committee is] in default on their pledge."


Those are the words of Donald Trump at a South Carolina town hall today. In September, the GOP presidential frontrunner pledged at a debate to not run third party but instead stick with the Republican Party, much to the relief of some and the dismay of others.

But according to ABC News, Trump is now suggesting the possibility of taking back the pledge.

Trump told the town hall goers, "The RNC better get its act together because, you know, I signed a pledge. The pledge isn’t being honored by the RNC."

He didn't go into full detail about why he believes that.

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