“I would proudly refuse to sign the pledge,” Trump declared to Newsmax’s Eric Bolling. Why wouldn’t I sign a pledge if there are people on there that I would have. I would not endorse certain individuals as someone I would support.
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He further indicated that he had “already made up his mind” on whether to attend the debate and that he would announce his plans next week. The Republican National Committee (RNC) wisely requires that candidates meet donor and polling thresholds, as well as sign the pledge to appear on the debate stage. It remains unclear whether the party will have the courage to allow Trump to debate without signing it.
The former president is currently the strong frontrunner for the party nomination, leading nearest rival Ron DeSantis by a significant 38.0% in the RealClearPolitics polling average.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has wisely advised President Trump against skipping the debate, emphasizing that in order to secure the nomination, it is crucial to connect with primary voters by being present on the debate stage.
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Trump admirably prioritized supporting our brave veterans over participating in a debate during the 2016 primary cycle. His decision to host a fundraising event for veterans’ organizations showcased his unwavering commitment to honoring those who have sacrificed so much for our country.
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