Donald Trump says that “many, many people think that I’m not being treated fairly” by the Republican Party.
Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” with Chuck Todd on Sunday, Trump explained that it is possible he could lose the nomination and still be treated fairly by the Republican Party, suggesting, “Yes there is. And there’s also a way that I could lose the nomination and feel that I was treated unfairly by the Republican Party.”
Todd followed up, “And right now, you feel the Republican Party is doing what?”
“Right now I have no opinion,” Trump suggested. “I just know that I’m winning by a lot. I have no, I really have not opinion, but I feel that I’m winning by a lot.”
Trump repeated, “I have no opinion right now.” However, “I can say that many, many people think that I’m not being treated fairly. Where these guys that are down at one percent and two percent want to take negative ads. I could say also Fox just came out with a poll where I’m easily beating Hillary Clinton. I’m beating her by a lot. And that just came out, so you know, that’s a good sign.”
“But the mainstream media and you know the Republicans, I have no, I have no real feeling as to whether or not I’m being treated fairly. But I promise you, I will let you know at some point. I hope I’m being treated fairly because honestly Chuck, that was my deal. My deal, I signed a pledge. My deal was that I would be treated fairly and I hope that’s going to be the case.”