Many people were concerned about his hard-nosed business mindset but were optimistic about his seeming ability to stand up to pressure. That would be an essential ability were someone to seriously attempt to restore the US Constitutional government. He might have restored the Republic... We'll never know.
As for now the Republican wing of the one party that rules the former US republic seems rudderless. Globalist traitors remain firmly in control of the once "grand" party and appear content with another four years of Sheik Obama's illegal junta. The Tea Party has sold out their alleged values and potential and, as an organized movement, have become little more than Republican Party sycophants.
Trump announces he will not run for president
By Rachel Rose Hartman
SOURCE: The Ticket
Donald Trump announced Monday that he will not be a 2012 presidential candidate.
The real estate mogul noted in a statement that he has been unofficially campaigning for the past several months, but has determined politics is not his first priority. "Business is my greatest passion and I am not ready to leave the private sector," Trump said.
Trump made clear he's not bowing out because of his perceived tough odds in the GOP primary or otherwise, saying: "I maintain the strong conviction that if I were to run, I would be able to win the primary and ultimately, the general election."
Trump on Monday promised supporters he would continue to voice his opinions "loudly" and "shape our politicians' thoughts."