Donald Trump Vows to Win: ‘I’m Not Going Anywhere’
If you were hoping that Donald Trump would slump in the polls and disappear, think again. The Republican presidential candidate has vowed to win, but he hasn’t made it clear how he intends to make that happen.
“I’m not going anywhere, I’m leading every poll and I’m going to make our country great again,” Trump told CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day” on Tuesday morning.
“I’m not getting out. I’m going to win, OK?” Trump added. “The answer is: I’m going all the way and I’m going to win.”
The latest poll in Iowa from NBC News/Wall Street Journal shows Trump leading Carson by just 5 points, down from a double-digit lead just weeks ago. And in New Hampshire, Trump’s lead has also slipped to 5 points ahead of Fiorina — down from 10 points just two weeks ago.
Trump also took the opportunity Tuesday to once again slam Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, as a “total lightweight” and even knocked Rubio for past financial difficulties: “Take a look at his past, he’s got $12 in the bank.”
“Rubio is not the guy that’s going to be negotiating with the kinds of people you have to negotiate with to turn this country around,” Trump said.
Trump has been jabbing at the Rubio campaign in recent weeks, as the Florida senator got positive reviews for his debate performance last month and has risen in the polls.
His campaign sent a case of “Trump Ice Natural Spring Water” to Rubio’s headquarters, a dig at the time Floridian who once took a memorable gulp from a water bottle while giving the Republican response to President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.
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