Trump Warns: Support My Rival, Get Banned from MAGA!

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 01/24/2024
On Wednesday, Trump slammed GOP primary challenger Nikki Haley and threatened "permanent banishment from the MAGA camp" for anybody who donated to her campaign.

"When I was running for office and won, I saw that the 'Donors' of the other candidate would rush over to me, wanting to 'help out.'" Trump said on his Truth Social platform that he is no longer involved in this, even though it is common practice in politics. Following his win over Haley in New Hampshire, Trump took to Truth Social to share his thoughts:

From now on, the MAGA camp will never again accept anybody who makes a "Contribution" to Birdbrain. Because we have always and will always put America first, we do not want them and will not accept them. "Birdbrain," Trump said, referring to Haley.

A more aggressive tone in Trump's speech is evident in his direct attacks on Haley's supporters. The former president is trying to rally support from all segments of the Republican Party.

An 11-point victory for Trump against Haley in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary was close to matching his commanding advantage in most surveys over the last few months, but it was still a substantial margin compared to his former UN ambassador.

In his address on Tuesday night, during the election, Trump criticized Haley and urged her to quit her campaign while standing before two of her former primary opponents.

"I must admit, it was quite intriguing. I was standing there thinking, 'Wow, what a great victory!' But then someone came rushing up to the stage all dolled up at seven o'clock, and here I am, having walked up at fourteen," Trump said, making fun of Haley's upbeat comments to supporters following the race's official declaration of victory.

She had a terrible night, so let us not give anybody the credit for winning. According to Trump, she had a terrible night.

His former UN ambassador could not "get away with bulls—" he said later.

Trump has amassed a slew of prominent backers in the last several weeks, including those politicians who previously said he was not qualified to be president.

Three Republican senators—Marco Rubio of Florida, John Cornyn of Texas, and Deb Fischer of Nebraska—have lately lent their support to Trump. Notable figures that endorsed him include Doug Burgum of North Dakota, biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy of Florida, Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina, and former GOP primary opponents Ron DeSantis and Tim Scott.


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