A conservative Texas organization is threatening to pull a video of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that was posted online on Tuesday.
The video of the speech, which was made in June, is being distributed to thousands of Republicans across the country who signed up for a Trump campaign newsletter.
It features Trump speaking at a campaign rally and then a series of awkward moments with the audience.
Some of the scenes have been edited and some have been removed.
The Texas group is calling for the video to be removed and is threatening a lawsuit against the website that hosted it.
“We have no doubt that this video was made with the intention of promoting a false political agenda and has nothing to do with Trump,” a statement from the group said.
“Instead, the video promotes a false conspiracy theory about the state of the Republican Party.
The fact is that Trump is not the best person for the position.
It is time that the American people and our political leaders stopped allowing this type of political rhetoric and began taking steps to make America great again.”
The group also claimed that Trump’s comments about the Confederate flag have “no basis in fact.”
It called Trump’s remarks a “distraction” and a “political distraction.”
In an interview with Fox News on Tuesday, Trump said he believes the Confederate Flag is “symbol of love” and is “an important symbol for me.”
The former reality TV star said he supports the flag’s removal from state property.
“I support the flag as a symbol of love.
It’s an important symbol of my life, and I’m not going to dignify that with disrespect, which is what it was for a long time,” he said.