US Republican candidate Trump rules out third-party bid again

By REUTERS
December 16, 2015 07:48

 
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump recommitted to his promise that he would not mount an independent bid in the November 2016 election if he does not secure his party's nomination next year.

Asked during Tuesday night's CNN debate in Las Vegas if he was ready to reassure Republicans that he would not break his pledge to the Republican National Committee and launch a third-party candidacy, he said, "I really am. I'll be honest, I really am."

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