The NEVER TRUMP crowd continues on with several top names in the GOP continue to denounce Donald Trump. Meanwhile, the presumptive GOP nominee is standing firm by stating the Republican Party doesn’t have to be unified in order for him to win the general election. Trump claims he will gain Democratic votes and beat Hillary.
“I think it would be better if it were unified, I think it would be — there would be something good about it,” Trump said in an interview this weekend. “But I don’t think it actually has to be unified in the traditional sense.”
Trump played down his problems unifying the GOP as he continued to assail Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, whom he’s dubbed “Crooked Hillary.”
During his campaign rallies in Oregon, Trump emphasized former President Bill Clinton’s marital infidelities, and how Hillary Clinton tried to destroy the lives of her husband’s mistresses.
Trump appeared to be responding to news that Priorities USA, the lead super PAC backing Clinton, has already reserved $91 million in television advertising that will start next month. Much of the negative advertising against Trump is expected to focus on belittling statements he’s made about women in the past.
But Trump declared Saturday, “Two can play that game.”