GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said Hillary Clinton is easier to beat than the people he’s already knocked out of the running so far during the primary election.
“She’s easier to beat than some of the people we’ve systematically beat,” Trump told thousands of his supporters during his campaign rally on Sunday in Hagerstown, Maryland at the Rider Jet Center. “Trump versus Hillary, that will be so much fun.”
“I really want to fight Hillary,” the billionaire said, saying he is happy she will beat Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). “That’s the one I want to beat.”
Referring to Sanders as “the communist,” Trump said, “this guy is crazy,” adding that Sanders would substantially raise taxes. “He wants to take 100 percent of what you make.”
Trump said everything in politics is “all spin” and “all crap.”
“It’s a phony business,” he told his supporters during the rally.
He also said that the voter turn-out in the Republican Party has increased roughly 70 percent since the last election, bragging, “That’s because of me.”
Trump commented on how Time Magazine featured his movement with the thousands of supporters, pointing to a photo that Time had taken from behind Trump when he’s looking into the audience of thousands of supporters at a campaign rally.
“I do have pretty good hair, no bald spot,” Trump joked about the photo.
“The loyalty of the Trump voter is so much greater than anybody else. I mean people won’t leave,” he said of his supporters. Then, he took a jab at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), saying, “If he sneezes, they’ll leave.”
“Once I defeat them, I like every one of them,” Trump said about his GOP rivals. “While I’m fighting them, I don’t.”
He added, “Like right now, I don’t like lying Ted Cruz, but you know what? In about four to five weeks from now, I think he’s going to be one of my best friends. That’s the way it works.”