On Sunday Donald Trump vowed to retaliate against all Republicans who have withdrawn their support from his campaign. This moved the party closer to the feared war. There was fear in the party as the party is already facing an internal rift.
Trump still took his stance of boastful defiance even with the wave of defections from his candidacy which has been worsened by the leaked recording that showed Donald Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women.
On twitter, Donald Trump referred to all republicans who have renounced his campaign as “self-righteous hypocrites” and he also predicted their defeat at the ballot box.
On Sunday morning, Trump asked that his supporters attack all Republicans who have decided to abandon him saying they are “more concerned with their political future than they are about the country.”
Trump’s threats however did not shake the Republicans as they still continue to abandon Trump in their troops. On Sunday: Gov. Bill Haslam of Tennessee, a former chairman of the Republican Governors Association, announced he would not vote for Mr. Trump.
Those who have followed his lead include multiple members of Congress, Representative Kay Granger of Texas, the lone woman in the state’s large Republican delegation.