Unlike several members of the Republican establishment Rupert Murdoch said the Republican Party “Would be mad” not to rally around Donald Trump as nominee.
Thousands of supporters attended Donald Trump’s rally in Kentucky this week.
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The Hill reported:
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch argued Wednesday that Republicans would be “mad” not to rally around Donald Trump should the businessman become the GOP presidential nominee.
Murdoch, who suggested earlier this week that Republicans should “close ranks to fight real enemy,” shared a tweet Wednesday saying Trump is “reaching out to make peace” with members of the party.
“If he becomes inevitable party would be mad not to unify,” Murdoch wrote.
As predicted, Trump reaching out to make peace with Republican “establishment”. If he becomes inevitable party would be mad not to unify.
— Rupert Murdoch (@rupertmurdoch) March 2, 2016