Donald Trump has become one of the most polarizing and controversial political figures in recent memory. For an outsider with no political experience, he is creating enormous waves amid the GOP establishment.

Those waves reached a peak yesterday, when Trump called out two separate actions by the Republican National Committee and a private fundraiser that are both aimed at taking him out of the running for president.

In terms of the RNC, Trump is finally calling the establishment for breaking the agreement that he signed in September. That agreement stipulated that Trump wouldn't run as an Independent candidate if he didn't win the Republican nomination. In turn, the RNC promised that they would treat Trump fairly.

In a tweet Trump called out the RNC stating, "@WSJ reports that @GOP getting ready to treat me unfairly—big spending planned against me. That wasn’t the deal!”

The big spending that Trump mentions is something that has been spearheaded by a former Scott Walker campaign member Liz Mair. Mair, who left the Walker campaign after only two short days' work, is targeting Trump specifically and has started a company with the goal of taking him out of the running.

That company, Trump Card LLC, is designing targeted attack ads to hurt Trump's credentials. According to Mair, the attacks are justified because "The stark reality is that unless something dramatic and unconventional is done, Trump will be the Republican nominee and Hillary Clinton will become president."

Luckily for Trump and his supporters, he seems to thrive under pressure and the limelight. To-date the attacks against his character, his track record, and his lack of experience, have all fallen flat in the face of his business experience and his willingness to tell it like it is.

Trump may be under attack and he's right to call out the RNC, but he's in no way going to lose his position at the head of the polls. His position is too "huge."

h/t: WND

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