What limitations exist for a candidate to claim party membership if they're not an official member?

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For example, if Donald Trump lost a primary in 2024, he could still run for president. If so, he might theoretically want to appeal to Republican voters by claiming to be "the real republican candidate" and accusing the official candidate of being a "RINO." What limitations would he face in executing such a campaign? Can a candidate run as a party X candidate without an official endorsement from the party? Are there any historical examples of this sort of thing?

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