Trump floats third-party threats if Republicans don’t endorse him

donald trump I got the idea to do Third party campaign Unless increasingly frustrated Republican leaders endorse his presidential run.

Trump hinted at the possibility in a post on Truth Social Wednesday promoting such an option.

Curiously, the author of an article in the right-wing magazine American Greatness said that such a move would Torpedo Trump could win the White HouseBut it also wipes out Republican hopes, which is a well-deserved punishment for rejecting a popular former president, says author Dan Gellerter in his work entitled “The Coming Split.” It pointed out.

“Do you think Trump can win as a third party candidate? No. Would you vote for him as a third party candidate? Yes. I am not interested in supporting this corruption. [GOP] No more gravy trains,” he wrote.

He said, “The Republican machine is not going to let us elect Trump again. He is not a one-party team player. I hope to lose at

He said, “When the majority of Republicans want Trump and the Republicans say they can’t have him, what should we do? Ron DeSantis is far superior to any Democrat.” So do we give in and vote for Ron DeSantis? I say no.

Trump has played around with third party ideas before, but apparently mostly out of obsession.

ABC White House correspondent Jonathan Carr wrote in his book “Betrayal: The Last Act of the Trump Show” Trump once told Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel that he was “ending” his relationship with the Republican Party and was launching his own party.

McDaniel reportedly warned him: If so, we lose forever. “

He replied: I do not care. This is what Republicans deserve not to stick with me. “

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) Declared last week Trump’s political clout has “wanted.”