Can This Man Be Trusted? …umm, nope.

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It took a while, but eventually Donald Trump agreed in front of everyone – during a televised debate – that he would support the GOP nominee for President, no matter who that might end up being…

He says a lot of things. And here’s what he’s saying now: He’s NOT ruling out a third-party run if he loses.

And folks, he’s going to lose – and you Trump supporters are going to be responsible for President Hillary. That’s right – swallow hard:

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At a town hall in South Carolina, Donald Trump floated the idea — without explicitly threatening to do so — that he may run as an independent candidate. This after swearing up and down he’d support the GOP candidate and not ever make an independent run.

But then again, he said he was for gay marriage, partial-birth abortion and socialized medicine – but hey – who cares, right?

Trump also attacked the Republican National Committee, like any good populist would, saying it “better get its act together” and it “does a terrible job.” Yeah, no kidding Sherlock Trump.

Trump also went off on the crowd that booed him during Saturday night’s GOP debate in South Carolina: “Look at it, that was a wealthy room.” “The whole room was made of special interests and donors, which is a disgrace from the RNC,” Trump said. “The RNC better get its act together because, you know, I signed a pledge. The pledge isn’t being honored by the RNC.”

Trump signed an RNC pledge in September, agreeing not to run a third-party candidacy and to support the eventual Republican nominee. To that question, he easily responded:

“I signed a pledge, but it’s a double-edged pledge. As far as I’m concerned, they’re in default on their pledge..”

That my friends is a sore loser. If he can’t be President, then nobody can.

… Except his buddy Hillary.

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