Donald Trump is not the only Republican candidate to have said a negative thing about the party that nominated him for president.

The party’s nominee has also been accused of being an elitist and misogynist, according to the Washington Post.

But what do the political figures actually mean?

Read moreThe Republican National Committee has confirmed that a video posted on Twitter from 2016 was not a recording of the candidate himself, but a parody of a 2016 Republican convention speech.

The recording features former presidential candidate Ben Carson, former Florida governor Jeb Bush, former House speaker Newt Gingrich, and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

In the clip, which was posted by @GOPNationalCommittee, the former New Jersey governor says: “I’m not a bigot, and I think you know what a bigot is.

I’m not racist.

I don’t think we’re going to go into Africa or India or whatever and rape and kill and rape all of these people.

I think that’s a terrible idea.

You know what, I mean, if I don´t get elected president, I don™t know what else I am going to do.””

But you know, I’m the only one that’s said that.

You know what, I mean, if I don´t get elected president, I don™t know what else I am going to do.”

In the same video, the then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, a real estate mogul and businessman, is heard to say: “You know what?

If I’m president, you don’t have to worry about that.

I won’t have your military in South Korea.

I can have that.

I know Iran is going to be a terrible place, but they won’t even have a nuclear weapon, I’ll tell you that.””

I won’t go into Iran, you know.

I know Iran is going to be a terrible place, but they won’t even have a nuclear weapon, I’ll tell you that.”

Carson, who is a former Republican governor of Carson City, Nevada, and a Republican presidential candidate in 2008, was one of the first Republicans to endorse Trump.

“I think we should be looking at the country we’re in right now,” Carson said on Fox News’ Fox & Friends in November 2016.

The former presidential hopeful has also spoken against Trump in the past, saying in December that he was “not going to support” the nominee.””

If I can take the country, I will, and we’re very fortunate we’re getting him on the ticket.”

The former presidential hopeful has also spoken against Trump in the past, saying in December that he was “not going to support” the nominee.

“He’s an elite bully who doesn’t want the job done,” Carson told CNN in December.

“It’s time for someone who can lead the country and that someone is Donald Trump.”

Trump, who has said that the US should not recognise the results of the election, has previously said that he is “not racist”, despite a video showing him making racist comments in 2016.

He told MSNBC that his criticism of Carson was not racist, adding: “If you want to talk about racism, I am a racist.”

A spokesperson for the RNC said that Trump has been tweeting out “fake news” about the election.

“The Trump campaign has no intention of allowing this kind of divisive rhetoric to be allowed to spread,” the statement read.

“Trump’s actions are the result of fake news, and he should be ashamed of his hateful rhetoric.”

Trump also called the US president a “fascist” in December 2016.

“You know, he’s a fascist,” Trump said at a rally in Ohio.

We’re going down to a great, great disaster. “

This is not who we are.

We’re going down to a great, great disaster.

I believe we need an independent commission, we need a special prosecutor, we want to have a real investigation. “

And I think we need to take care of this.

And I think the country needs to be put in its place and put in a safe place.”ABC/wiresTopics:elections,politics-and-government,united-statesFirst posted March 07, 2021 07:46:26″

These people are not gonna be investigated by anybody.

And I think the country needs to be put in its place and put in a safe place.”ABC/wiresTopics:elections,politics-and-government,united-statesFirst posted March 07, 2021 07:46:26