Trump Threatens to Run Third Party, Again

Complains of audience booing him.

Donald Trump accused the Republican National Committee of stacking Saturday night's debate with establishment donors and lobbyists, and said he may run as a third party candidate if the RNC doesn't "get its act together."

Trump complained bitterly about getting booed by the audience at what can only be described as a raucous debate in Greenville, SC.

"When I walked in it was like, my wife was clapping, my kids were clapping but the whole room was made up of special interests and donors, which is a disgrace from the RNC," Trump said.

Trump then pointed to the pledge he signed not to run as a third party candidate, provided the RNC did not attempt to harm his campaign. He then claimed the party is in default.

"I signed a pledge," Trump said. "But the pledge is not being honored by them."

Trump was not the only candidate to be booed at Saturday's debate, with the audience cheering and booing all the frontrunners at various points during the night. 

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