Turning a potential drawback into definite advantage, and drawing on the momentum gained from a sounding victory from Sunday's second presidential debate, Donald Trump proclaimed his ' freedom' from Republicans who turned their backs on him, while maintaining his strong, fighting stance.
Taking to the social media site Twitter, Trump aired his frustrations against a number of Republicans who left him following the controversies created by the release of a decade-old recording but also expressed relief at what their betrayal would mean to him now as a 'free man'.
" It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off and I can now fight for America the way I want to.", the presidential aspirant said in a tweet.
Feeling bold and straight forward as always, Trump did not hesitate in accusing his former allies of " sabotaging" him, especially in light of his impressive performance in the second presidential debate.
After the release of the controversial recording, his critics were ready to write off his campaign and presidential aspiration, but Trump bounced back with his winning performance in the debate.
Trump also reserved his biggest punch to House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., one of the latest Republicans to distance himself from Trump when he announced yesterday that he could not campaign for Trump nor defend him in light of the recording brouhaha.
" Despite winning the second debate in a landslide, it is hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support", Trump tweeted.
He also said in another tweet: " Our very weak and ineffective leader, Paul Ryan, had a bad conference call where his members went wild at his disloyalty."
Trump also said that managing his rival Hillary Clinton is easier. " Disloyal Republicans are far more difficult than crooked Hillary.", Trump tweeted, saying further that " because they are at you from all sides."
The presidential hopeful also noted the sad observation that- at least in the case of standing by each other- the Democrats have more loyalty than Republicans.
" With exception cheating Bernie ( Sanders) out of the nomination, Dems have always proven to be far more loyal to each other than the Reps.", Trumped declared.
With or without his disloyal party mates, however, the show must go on for Trump, as he vows to double his efforts in the campaign trail to reach out to more voters, insisting that nothing's to stop him from his dream of making America great again.