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Donald Trump Jr. doesn’t have a lot of faith in the GOP establishment.
While making the rounds on the Sunday talk shows, the eldest son of GOP front-runner Donald Trump told ABC News he didn’t think the Republican establishment would ever get behind his father and instead would opt for Hillary Clinton.
“I think at this point the Republican establishment would rather just hand this thing over to Hillary,” Trump said, according to the Guardian. “It doesn’t make any sense to me.”
Trump said he has “seen things that made me really question” whether or not the GOP establishment truly prefers Clinton to his father.
The comments come a day after famous multi-million dollar conservative donor Charles Koch said in an exclusive ABC News interview that it was “possible” that Clinton would make a better president than the republican candidates at this point.
“It’s possible,” Koch said about supporting Clinton. “We would have to believe her actions would be quite different from her rhetoric. Let me put it that way.”
Watch Koch’s interview here:
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