“He has my vote, but will I work to turn out our members?”
Trump has proposed a temporary ban on Muslims coming into the country given terrorism concerns – which many evangelical leaders have condemned, saying it runs counter to the religious freedoms the country was founded upon.
“When you get right down to it, how do you endorse somebody that’s under criminal investigation?” A lawsuit accuses Trump and the for-profit school of defrauding thousands of people, including many who paid as much as $35,000 to learn Trump’s real estate strategies.
“Believe me, a lot of the protesters that you see, they’re going to end up voting for Trump”, he said.
Protests at Trump’s recent rallies have turned violent in several California cities, including one event last week in San Jose where anti-Trump demonstrators attacked several supporters of the GOP candidate. But Trump did make a point of saying he would represent all Americans if elected president November 8.
“I have dogs. I don’t know dogs choking”, Romney said to laughs.
Jerry Moyes, a “truck driver” and “friend of Mitt’s”, stood during the Q&A session to urge the attendees to get behind the presumptive Republican nominee. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported five individuals were detained and one charged after protests turned into shoving matches between Trump protesters, a handful of Trump supporters who responded, and police officers maintaining security outside the venue.
“You will never hear me say a negative thing about Donald Trump”, White told TMZ Sports late a year ago.
Lewandowski pushed back against the notion that Republicans are looking for Trump to tone down his rhetoric and stressed the candidate is not going to change.
The judge episode arguably marked the biggest crisis of Trump’s campaign to date, and sparked a series of phone calls from concerned Republicans, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, pressing the gravity of the situation.
In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Friday, Romney – who has been a vocal opponent of Trump’s candidacy – said there’s nothing Trump can do to win his support.
“It’s just another guy trying to get out of a ticket”, he said.
Republican senator from Maine, Susan Collins, told The New Yorker on Thursday she was so disgusted with Trump’s remarks that she would not rule out supporting Clinton.
In January 2016, Planned Parenthood endorsed Hillary Clinton, making her the first presidential primary endorsement in the 100 years that it has been in existence.
“We’ve got to get behind him”, one man implored the crowd.
Romney said had he decided to make a third run for the White House, he’d “have just been another establishment person”. I mean, Trump is willing to not accept the status quo in Washington. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, whom he has ridiculed for playing up her Native American ancestry: “I said Pocahontas”.
Measured another way, Trump has amassed 13.4 million votes in primaries, well above Cruz’ 7.7 million.
“I said yes, I will apologize: to Pocahontas”, he said in Tampa.
Trump is set to unveil his consolidated charges against Clinton in a speech on June 13 at Saint Anselm College, followed by a speech later that day at Great Bay Community College in Portsmouth. “I just don’t think people should be able to come here illegally and have a baby to be able to stay, and it’s sad but that’s what they are doing”.
“You think I’m going to change?”
Trump has said his attorneys have continually demonstrated that students who participated in Trump University were provided a substantive, valuable education based upon a curriculum developed by professors from Northwestern University, Columbia Business School, Stanford University and other respected institutions.