Donald Trump, “Winning is everything”
Donald Trump told a crowd of supporters Thursday in Southern California that his quest for the Presidency is all about winning.
“The whole thing is about winning. We cannot make the changes if I don’t win,” Donald Trump said at rally in Costa Mesa, California.
“If I don’t win, as good as you say I have done, if I don’t win, I will consider it a total and complete waste of time, energy and money,” he said.
“I am on the verge of doing something that’s really unprecedented.”
Donald Trump now has 994 delegates, compared to Ted Cruz’s 566 and John Kasich’s 153.
He needs 243 more delegates to clinch the nomination with 10 more state primaries to go, including California with its 172 delegates.
Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh said, “Americans are tired of seeing Bill and Hillary Clinton get away with scandal after scandal and cannot wait for Donald Trump unload on her in the general election.”
“If Trump is the nominee and if he does unload on Hillary Clinton as he’s promising to do, let me just tell you something: You do not know how many gazillion Americans are going to be delirious and orgasmic with delight and support,” Mr. Limbaugh said on his radio show.
When Donald Trump hits Hillary Clinton hard as promised, many Americans will vote for him on that basis alone, he said.
“I don’t think people understand how pent up the frustration and the opposition to the Clintons at what they have seemingly gotten away with all of these years,” he said.
“They’ve gotten away with everything, and nobody ever goes after ’em, nobody ever hits the Clintons, nobody seriously.”
To Donald Trump Winning is Everything, and he is Winning Everything.
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