Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president “unless she gets indicted.”
Appearing on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday with George Stephanopoulos, Trump insisted Clinton is “bluffing” and that she really doesn’t look forward to debating him if he makes it to the general election.
“I know her well. She’s done a terrible job as you know Secretary of State,” Trump argued. “The world blew up around her and then she’s got all of the other problems, I think Bernie Sanders is gone now because he gave up an important thing with emails.” (RELATED: Bernie Sanders Says He’s Tired Of Hearing About Hillary’s ‘Damn Emails’)
Trump explained that when Sanders came to Clinton’s defense during the first Democratic debate, it made “a great sound bite,” but that was the end of his campaign.
Stephanopoulos, who worked in the Clinton White House, then asked Trump if he thought he was going to be the nominee, and Trump responded, “I think I will be the nominee.”
“New Hampshire, I’m leading big. Florida, I’m leading big. South Carolina, I’m leading big,” Trump said.