The Washington Post got the scoop after talking to four unnamed Trump associates and a Clinton aide. “I didn’t know that her money would be used on private jets going all over the world”, he said.
Clinton’s team confirmed the call took place, but told the Post that the presidential race did not come up at all during the conversation-which, knowing Clinton’s famed semantics, doesn’t rule out the possiblity that he watched Inception the night before the Trump call and decided to plant some ideas.
The Trump-Clinton relationship is a friendship that goes back years.
“Look at the trouble Bill Clinton got into with something that was totally unimportant and they tried to impeach him, which was nonsense”.
“Is there anyone on stage unwilling to pledge their support to the eventual nominee of the Republican primary and pledge not to run an independent campaign against that person”, Fox’s Brett Baier inquired. President Clinton returned his call in late May, ‘ Clinton’s office said.
Trump’s team declined to comment. “Clinton’s] feelings“, according to spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri.
Standing front and centre among the top 10 conservative contenders in front of millions of TV viewers, the billionaire businessman defiantly raised his hand to the opening Fox News question. “He’s not happy that I’m running, I can tell you right now, because he thinks I’m the worst nightmare for Hillary“.
He had been flirting with a campaign for months before that and seriously discussed the prospect of a bid with DailyMail.com in April.
In the same way many Bernie Sanders supporters believe they will realistically have Hillary Clinton as their eventual nominee, today’s Trump backers know they will, in the end, have a different nominee, but want to make their point to party leaders nevertheless, Erickson said.