- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 24, 2015

A senior executive at the Trump Organization said Tuesday there will be bad things in store for the Republican party if 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump feels he isn’t being treated fairly.

Donald Trump wants to be treated fairly. He will demand that the GOP treat him fairly,” Michael Cohen, executive vice president at the Trump Organization and special counsel to Mr. Trump, said on CNN’s “New Day.”

Mr. Trump has signed a pledge to support the eventual GOP nominee and has insisted that he be treated “fairly” as part of the deal.

If they don’t honor that pledge, Mr. Cohen said, “woe be on them.”

Asked if a super PAC going after Mr. Trump constitutes breaking the agreement, Mr. Cohen said it depends on which group it is.

“[RNC Chairman] Reince Priebus has an obligation to Donald Trump — in order to treat him fairly, make sure the process treats him fairly,” Mr. Cohen said. “And if they don’t — if they don’t, this will be a very, very bad thing for the Republican party.”


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