From the Daily Mail:
Donald Trump now wants those 'sore losers' who haven't endorsed him yet to be punished.
At a campaign appearance yesterday in Bangor, Maine, the presumptive Republican nominee railed against his former rivals who didn't hold up their end of the Republican National Committee's pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee.
'They broke their word and in my opinion they should never be allowed to run for public office again because what they did is disgraceful,' Trump told the crowd.
Trump said had he lost he 'would have honored the pledge.'
'It's amazing what can happen when you lose, it's amazing what can happen when you lose,' Trump said, according to CNN.
Out of the 16 candidates who ran for president against Trump, nine have now publicly expressed support for Trump while another seven Republicans are holding out.
Most notably – Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, the last two Republican rivals Trump faced off against in the primaries.
Neither Cruz nor Kasich have endorsed their party's presumptive nominee, as they both had expected a contested convention and then a delegate fight in Cleveland.
Instead, Trump neatly beat them both in the Indiana primary on May 3, with Cruz dropping out that night and then Kasich pulling out the day after.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who was leading in the Iowa polls early on, but whose campaign never really got off the ground, is another endorsement hold-out who's expected to play a large role in the Republican Party for years to come.I was for Walker but after this, he can get bent.
They are more than sore losers. They are liars. They are men who do not honor their word. They pledged to support the nominee. They aren't? Then dishonorably discharge them from the party.
Trump will win without them.
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