Donald Trump gave quite the mixed message about GOP unity tonight, saying, “I think I win without the unity, but we need unity in the Republican party.”
At a rally in North Carolina––where he was introduced by Senator Bob Corker––Trump said “for the most part we have unity,” but then said, “we need real unity, and the leaders have to get supportive.”
But he again said he could win anyway without establishment support:
“Probably I do better without the kind of support that we’re talking about, ’cause that’s why I’m here in the first place.”
Watch above, via CNN.
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