"I intend to support the nominee of our party". He said flatly over the weekend, "It is now clear Donald Trump is not fit to be president of the United States", but he insisted to reporters on Wednesday that he had always said he would "be a supporter of the Republican ticket from top to bottom".
The Republican presidential candidate told supporters in Ocala: "If we don't win this election, I don't know what I'm going to do".
His followers predict he'll be successful.
With his campaign in tailspin after a 2005 recording of him using vulgar and lecherous language about women was made public, Trump centered his attacks on Clinton while reserving a few for the Republican establishment that abruptly abandoned him. "He's not wasting our time", Wagner said.
Trump also encouraged rally attendees to register to vote.
"Who is not registered?"
Trump was scheduled to headline a second rally in Lakeland, Fla. a sprawling suburb about 100 miles south of Ocala.
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Trump blasted back, "Because you'd be in jail". To say there is a lot of anger would be an understatement. A congressional aide said Conway went through a list of differences between Trump and Clinton and talked about how to make the case for Trump and against Clinton. "I was so upset that he thought I was so insignificant that he could do that", she said. And the recent tapes that have come out, I mean, it's just inexcusable.
In recalling the aftermath of 9/11, Giuliani wrongly told the crowd: "I don't remember seeing Hillary Clinton there".
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The crowd here was energized at the list of Clinton scandals exposed by the hack, but - like their nominee - at times seemed more intent on shouting insults at the media.
"Get out of my damn country".
"These people aren't offended. And she didn't do it. Trump's our man", said Bradway, a retired Realtor. "Trump is a racist.' I wanted to actually come and watch him speak, listen to him, and gather my own opinion from it", said Brown, a Rooms To Go telemarketer.
Hillary Clinton, who is on pace to become America's first female president if her lead holds, has tried to stay above the fray.