Reince Priebus To Donald Trump: Stop Whining

Donald Trump has been losing contests as of late, and has been complaining almost non-stop about it. Reince Priebus has a message for The Donald

(The Hill) Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Reince Priebus late Tuesday pushed back at criticism from GOP front-runner Donald Trump that the primary process is unfair.

“Nomination process known for a year + beyond. It’s the responsibility of the campaigns to understand it. Complaints now? Give us all a break,” Priebus tweeted.

It is the second time in as many days that the RNC chairman has taken to Twitter to push back on Trump, tweeting late Monday that “the rules were set last year. Nothing mysterious –nothing new.”

His latest remarks came after Trump claimed during a town hall Tuesday night on CNN that he didn’t think the RNC wanted him to secure the nomination, blasting the “very unfair” nomination process.

“I know the rules very well, but I know it’s stacked against me by the establishment,” Trump said during the town hall in New York ahead of the state’s primary next week.

Whenever Trump loses, he either complains, insults, or sulks. When he wins, he crows

Take a chill, Donald. You sound like a liberal, you know, those who are still not over Bush winning Florida in 2000. You can’t win them all. Some people support Cruz over you.

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12 Responses to “Reince Priebus To Donald Trump: Stop Whining”

  1. Dana says:

    If the esteemed Mr Trump is such a great businessman, you’d think that he’d have been able to hire the right people to take care of delegate selection.

  2. formwiz says:

    Funny how the Cruzzers have no problem with no vote by the people.

    And how public were these rule changes?

    BTW have you seen this Resolution to forbid Trump delegates?

  3. gitarcarver says:

    Funny how the Cruzzers have no problem with no vote by the people.

    When did that happen? Not in Colorado if that is where you are going.

    And how public were these rule changes?

    Very public.

    BTW have you seen this Resolution to forbid Trump delegates?

    To pass, wouldn’t that resolution be voted on by the elected delegates? Do you have a problem with the delegates doing what they are elected for? Should delegates not vote on any resolution or only resolutions you agree with?

    Let’s recap here. Each state is responsible for how they elect, appoint or determine delegates. Before Trump was a candidate, CO made the rules under which the delegates in Colorado were determined.

    Trump, in all his ignorance, claims the RNC makes the rules for state elections of delegates and has said so since his failure in Colorado. (Facts don’t matter to people like Trump, Hillary and Bernie.) Once again, it is the state that determines the rules.

    Trump claims that he “hires the best and smartest people” and yet somehow massively failed in CO. Either he didn’t hire the best people or they weren’t the brightest.

    Basically Trump is being exposed for what he is – a bully who whines, lies and complains when people push back at him. His supporters love him because he is long on bluster and short on facts which feeds into their anger and all too often their ignorance.

    Trump is a person with liberal values (or what he passes for values) who will say anything to get elected or feel the adoration of people.

    He is not now, never was, and never will be, Presidential material.

  4. david7134 says:

    Exactly what “liberal values” has Trump elaborated on? If you are referring to political donations to liberals, get real, everybody must do that to do business. Statements when he was younger? Come on, everyone makes statements then change as they learn more. So, what recent platforms has Trump supported that are liberal? Would you prefer Cruz and having Jesus crammed down your throat, or at least Cruz’s Jesus. Cruz represents progressive politics, just not the same ones as Hillary.

  5. Dana says:

    Mt 7134, for one Mr Trump not only supported abortion, but the most extreme form of abortion, late-term partial birth abortions, right up until he decided that he might want to run for President as a Republican. Then he became pro-life.

    He’s just all afire against illegal immigrants, but he has employed all sorts of immigrants himself, some of whom turned out to be here illegally.

    It seems that all of his positions became conservative when he decided to run for office. Some of us don’t believe that his changes of heart are genuine.

  6. david7134 says:

    If you exclude those that don’t care for abortion, then 30% of conservatives are out of the camp. Abortion is here to stay, live with it. I don’t like late term abortion unless other medical issues exist. But, the only way you can do anything about abortion is by an amendment and that ain’t happening. In fact, when Romney made statements about abortion, that assured that he would lose the election. What we need is someone to reverse the horrible last 8 years. Trump seems posed to do that. We need someone that the Republican elite hate, Trump fits that bill.

  7. david7134 says:

    You do realize that by making laws against women, then by definition you are progressive.

  8. Dana says:

    Mr 7134 wrote:

    Abortion is here to stay, live with it.

    Oh, I can live with it . . . because I’ve already been born. Unfortunately, over 54 million people couldn’t live with it.

    We’ve killed as many people in our abortuaries as were killed in World War II.

  9. gitarcarver says:


    The excuse that his donations to liberals is just part of “business” is lame in the extreme. He has railed against the “establishment” and yet it is his contributions that helped create the establishment. (Speaking of contributions, his claim that his campaign is all “self funded” is a lie according to FEC documents.)

    Trump was for the second amendment until he was against it and now is for it again. There is no explanation as to the flip flop from Trump.

    Trump, like most liberals, is against free speech. After an editorial by Amazon owner Jeff Bezos calling for opposition to Trump, Trump said Amazon is going to have problems if he is elected. He sued a biographer for accurately stating his wealth. He called for the FCC to fine a pundit who spoke out against him. He sought to fire a economist for predicting his Atlantic City Casino would fail. (It did.) He has sued a tee shirt company for printing his name on shirt saying “stop trump.” He has said he would change libel and slander laws forgetting that he is running for the office of President, not dictator or God. His stance on the first amendment is decidedly liberal.

    You mention his stance on abortion. It is interesting to note that after his comment on “punishing women” who have abortions, be flipped on that within a day. He then flipped on that 2 days later. Is 48 hours the time you are talking about when people are “younger?”

    Since immigration is a cornerstone of his platform, lets look at that for a moment.

    In the CNBC debate of Oct 2015, Trump was for H1B visas.

    At the time, his campaign website said he was against H1B visas. (This might have been due to the fact that he said in a debate that H1B visas were for “low education positions” which is factually incorrect.)

    In the March Fox debate, Trump said he was “softening” his stance on his website concerning H1B visas and was now he was okay with them. Immediately after the debate, Trump issued a press release saying in part. ” I will end forever the use of the H-1B as a cheap labor program, and institute an absolute requirement to hire American workers first for every visa and immigration program. No exceptions.”

    Note that Trump says he “institute and absolute requirement to hire American workers first.” That is already part of the law on H1B visas.

    On H1B visas, Trump showed ignorance and flip-flopped more than a dying mackerel. Even so, are you saying that the man was “younger” and changed values twice within a span of a few months?

    You may remember Trump’s statement on torture and “taking out families of terrorists.” (He was for them both.) He said he would order and demand the military do just that. When he was reminded that military members are not bound to follow unlawful orders such as torture and the directed killing of innocent families, Trump flip flopped again saying “he would never order the military to do anything against the law.” Yet he proposed just that.

    Trump was for the war in Iraq before he was against it.

    In September 2015, Trump was for accepting Syrian refugees. In November of 2015, he was advocating no Syrian refugees and kicking those who were in the country out.

    Trump was for socialized health care and now seems to be against it.

    Trump was for privatizing Social Security and is now against it.

    Interesting side note, remember his defense of “New York values” as illustrated by 9/11? Trump gave more money to Hillary than he gave to 9/11 victims, their families, first responders and the drive to rebuild on the site.

    I know you like Trump and I know that there is nothing that I can say that will change that.

    When I voted here in Florida, I talked to a woman outside the polls who was supporting Trump. I asked why and she said “because the people in Washington don’t like him. Anytime you have that many people aligned against you, you are doing great things.”

    When I asked why she didn’t like Cruz, her response was “no one in Washington likes him. If you aren’t liked, how can you get anything done?”

    Such are the supporters of Trump.

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  12. David7134 says:

    Now name his liberal ideals. You just gave a run down on the repubs.

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