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Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump on Tuesday hit on Jeb Bush for not honoring his pledge to support the Republican nominee.
“I actually felt badly for him. He’s talking about upholding the Constitution, but he doesn’t uphold his pledge,” Trump said on “The O’Reilly Factor,” in response to the former presidential candidate saying he can’t vote for either major party’s presumptive nominee.
“He signed an irrevocable pledge. It was a pledge not subject to whims and whatever he might think or his loss. He signed a pledge. If you read that pledge you will see it is a strong statement that he will support the candidate, the nominee.”
Trump said Bush “violated” the pledge, but noted he doesn’t need the support of the former Florida governor.
“But when you sign a pledge, you know, I signed the same pledge, and the reason they signed it was so I would sign it because I’m the one they wanted to sign it, I’m the one they were worried about,” Trump said.
“If I would have lost, I will tell you, I would have honored that pledge. He signed something, in writing, as strong as it could be.”
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