Donald Trump has a lot of good reasons to be excited about his chances to win the presidency, and the Republican Party’s response to the fallout of the 2016 election was one of them.
And now, after months of Trump saying that he’s going to get Hillary Clinton elected president, he has.
The GOP candidate told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Monday that he will get her reelected if the polls are accurate and if “we can have a fair, honest election.”
Trump was speaking as he continued to hammer Hillary Clinton’s campaign in the final days of the race, saying he would like to see a “fair and honest election” because he wants to see more Americans have a say in who will lead their country.
And while Trump is a staunch conservative who is a supporter of President Trump, he says he won’t support Clinton if he wins.
“I won’t be supporting her, because I don’t think she should be president of the United States,” Trump said.
Trump is in a bit of a bind right now, given the backlash he’s seen in the past week from many of his supporters.
He’s also seen his own poll numbers plummet since he first made the comment, falling from 25 percent in early November to 16 percent now.
Trump’s campaign has already been criticized for failing to deliver a solid election night turnout, and there’s no sign that’s going anywhere anytime soon.
But while Trump was hoping to see Clinton’s numbers rise in the wake of the WikiLeaks scandal, the fallout from the election has made him feel even more vulnerable.
That’s likely to hurt his chances of getting the support of conservative voters.
And he’s also been accused of using his own campaign to score political points with the people who backed him.
That could be a problem for him, too, because the party establishment is very much aligned with the Republican nominee and has said that Trump’s comments are not in keeping with the GOP platform.
And that’s where things get tricky for Trump.
The platform is a set of rules and guidelines that govern how the Republican party runs the party, and those rules are meant to limit how much influence the candidate can have over the party’s platform and policies.
The party’s Platform Committee is tasked with writing policies on the topic of the party and the issues that matter most to the Republican base.
The rules also require candidates to support the platform in the primaries and the general election.
It’s important to remember that while the platform is an agreement between the party leaders and the party members, it’s a contract that binds the party to Trump and other candidates in the general.
That means Trump has to adhere to the platform.
He can’t change it if he’s not the candidate who wants to support it.
The Democratic Party is not bound by the platform, and it’s unclear if Clinton’s platform will ever change either.
So even if the Republican candidate is able to win, he’s unlikely to get his party to change the platform to his liking.
If the election were held today, it would be extremely close between Trump and Clinton, but if the final results come out today, they would be a very close race.
But even if Clinton wins the presidency and the GOP nominates her, Trump’s standing in the country could go way up.
The RNC chair has been saying for months that the party needs to do more to attract voters to the party.
And Trump is certainly on board.
He has a huge following among Republicans who voted for Trump in 2016 and he is doing much better than expected with that constituency in the election cycle.
But the Republican National Committee is not yet ready to commit to making its platform more inclusive, and that could make it difficult for the party in 2020 to build the coalition it needs to win back the House.
In addition, if Trump wins the election, he could have a much harder time getting GOP leaders to support a new GOP strategy to take back the Senate.
That strategy would be to go after Democrats, especially Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, and he’s a favorite target of many conservatives.
The fact that Trump is already running an anti-Trump campaign may give the Republican candidates more ammunition to continue their anti-Clinton messaging, which has gotten a lot more intense since Trump’s election.
That may also give the party more fodder to make sure that the platform sticks.
And if Trump does get elected and the platform remains unchanged, the party could be in a much worse position.
Trump has also had a lot to deal with over the last few months.
He was slammed for calling a Mexican-American judge a “son of a bitch” and he was sued for sexual harassment by actress Natasha Stoynoff.
All of these things combined to make Trump seem even more isolated and vulnerable than he already was.
But if he can keep the momentum going through the final few months of the election and make his campaign message a winning one,