Donald Trump has said key Republicans are plotting a last-ditch bid to stop him from becoming the party’s presidential nominee.
The “insurgent group” is trying to deny him delegates at the party’s convention next month, he said before threatening to stop fundraising as a result.
“Now, you have a couple of guys that were badly defeated and they’re trying to organise maybe like a little bit of a delegate revolt. I thought they already tried that,” he said.
During a speech to supporters in Las Vegas he said the attempts were “illegal”, before dismissing them as a media-generated fabrication.
“It’s all made up by the press,” he said. “It’s a hoax, I’m telling you.”
Several Republicans in Congress say they will not attend the party convention and are not endorsing his candidacy.
Trump’s response came after Establishment dirtbag Paul Ryan recently advised GOP lawmakers to vote against Trump
Paul Ryan continued to knock Donald Trump on Saturday.
On Friday Speaker Ryan threatened to sue Donald Trump in court if he tried to impose a temporary ban on Muslim migration to America.
On Saturday the Wisconsin Republican (disguised Democrat) told GOP lawmakers to “vote their conscience” on Donald Trump.
It was his latest slap in the face to record-setting Republican nominee.
On Sunday FOX and Friends host Tucker Carlson pointed out the obvious:
“Ah yes. Paul Ryan working for the Hillary campaign.”
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