Developing: Will Donald Trump Drop Out?

Developing: Will Donald Trump Drop Out?

Donald Trump speaks at the Saginaw/Genesee County Lincoln Day in Michigan (Photo by DarKen Photography)

2016 GOP front runner Donald Trump made some surprising comments on NBC’s Today Show this morning, with Trump admitting he has been a little “childish” while going after fellow GOP contenders. Trump also said there may come a time where he exits the race for President.

According to ABC News:


“I’m a practical person,” Trump said. “If I see things aren’t going well, like for instance there are people right now in the Republican party who are not doing well I don’t think it’s going to change for many of them, at some point you have to get out. Right now, I’m leading every poll I get the biggest crowds by far. I had 20,000 in Dallas I had 35,000 people in Mobile, Alabama, you know so far it’s looking good…So I will go and if for some reason I think it’s not going to work, I’ll go back to my business.”

Trump also told the show’s hosts that the way he’s been attacking other candidates has been “a little childish.”

So far, candidates to exit the race include former Texas Governor Rick Perry and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker.



  1. I doubt there are to many folks that thought Trump had the fortitude to stick it out. What he has accomplished so far is great. He’s got folks riled up and looking for blood. I just don’t know how he is going to keep that fire in the bellies of those that have taken up with him.
    Nope, these leading comments are pretty much the handwriting on the wall. It’s too bad. I would have loved to see him setting in The Chair for just one term. I’m sure that’s all it would take to unravel most of the damage Obama and his ilk have created.

  2. The media always jumps on Trump the moment he says the words “Drop Out” even if it’s in the context of other GOP members that are low in the polls every week to “Drop Out” to stop
    fragmentation. The media, then translate that to “Trump-Will He Drop
    Out?” They seem to pounce on Trump much more than the other candidates running. He is
    not a politician, I think people are tired of politicians. People want
    someone that says what they mean and can’t be bought. The reports that the Republican GOP Members that have financially backed the party are not happy with Trump-Could the reason be because he doesn’t need their money to make him dance? Just my 2₵

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