esquire.com – In today’s installment of Your Day In Chaos, we find our hero, a vulgar talking yam, in Atlanta, yelling “Charge!” turning around and seeing nothing but empty air. And, if Tiger Beat On The Potomac is to be believed, he appears to be miffed.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee during an Atlanta rally threatened to win in November with or without the support of his colleagues, who have grown weary after months of being forced to respond to the businessman’s bombastic proposals and controversial off-the-cuff statements. “You know, the Republicans, honestly, folks, our leaders — our leaders have to get tougher,” Trump said Wednesday. “This is too tough to do it alone. But you know what? I think I’m gonna be forced to. I think I’m going to be forced to.” Our leaders have to get a lot tougher, and be quiet. Just please be quiet,” Trump told his supporters. “Don’t talk. Please, be quiet. Just be quiet, to the leaders, because they have to get tougher, they have to get sharper, they have to get smarter, and we have to have our Republicans either stick together or let me just do it by myself.” Trump stressed that he would do “very well” by himself. “A lot of people thought I should do that anyway,” he said. “But I’ll just do it very nicely by myself. I think you’re gonna have a very good result. I think we’ll be very happy. I’ll run as a Republican.” “You know, the endorsement thing, I’ve gotten — by the way, I’ve gotten tremendous endorsements, but if I don’t get them that’s OK,” Trump said. “We’re gonna run. We’re gonna win. And here’s what we’re going to do when we win: We’re gonna make our country so great again.”
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