Trump says he 'would have absolutely gotten' Libertarian Party nomination if he could have run, slams RFK, Jr. – EVOL

Former President Donald Trump claimed he would have “absolutely” gotten the Libertarian Party convention nomination for president, if not for already being the presumptive GOP nominee.

In a statement on Sunday, following an appearance at the party’s convention on Saturday, Trump noted the “enthusiasm” of the crowd, where he received a mixed response that included audible booing.

“The reason I didn’t file paperwork for the Libertarian Nomination, which I would have absolutely gotten if I wanted it (as everyone could tell by the enthusiasm of the Crowd last night!), was the fact that, as the Republican Nominee, I am not allowed to have the Nomination of another Party,” Trump wrote on his social media platform on Sunday,

“Regardless, I believe I will get a Majority of the Libertarian Votes,” Trump continued.

Former President Donald Trump and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

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In his message on Sunday, Trump also slammed Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who received a nomination to be a candidate at the Libertarian Party convention, though ultimately was not chosen as its candidate.

“Junior’ Kennedy is a Radical Left Democrat, who’s destroyed everything he’s touched, especially in New York and New England, and in particular, as it relates to the Cost and Practicality of Energy,”



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