(The Hill) Donald Trump on Wednesday hammered his former primary rivals for going back on a pledge to back the eventual GOP presidential nominee.
Trump said his primary opponents who now refuse to support his candidacy should not be allowed to run for office in the future, since they've gone back on their word.
"It was a rough campaign, and I wasn’t nice, but they weren’t nice either," the presumptive GOP nominee said at a rally in Bangor, Maine.
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"Honestly, you sign a pledge, you’re supposed to honor the pledge," he continued.