GOP nominee Donald Trump has blasted Weekly Standard Editor and arch neocon Bill Kristol, calling him an “embarrassed loser” after Kristol promised there would be a third party challenger to Trump in the presidential race.

Kristol took to Twitter Sunday, suggesting that he is in the process of grooming an independent candidate to challenge Trump in November.

“Just a heads up over this holiday weekend,” Kristol wrote.

“There will be an independent candidate–an impressive one, with a strong team and a real chance.”

Kristol has already spent time and money heading up an anti-Trump movement, and was one of 22 elitists who met in secret and signed an anti-Trump manifesto earlier this year.

Kristol has been linked with Mitt Romney, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse and even billionaire businessman Mark Cuban as potential spoilers for the general election.

Trump fired back at Kristol, also calling him a “dummy” and warning that a lack of party unity within the GOP could affect the ideological composition of the Supreme Court.

Trump also suggested that the GOP needs to be strong and unified to ward off “lightweights” such as Kristol.

In a speech to mark Memorial Day weekend Sunday, Trump garnered attention by declaring that the government treats “illegal immigrants” better than veterans.

“We have to take care of our vets, and in many cases, illegal immigrants are taken better care of by this country than our vets, and that’s not going to happen,” Trump said at the rally.


Steve Watson is the London based writer and editor for Alex Jones’, and

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