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Following his big win in New Hampshire, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has found himself under attack from his fellow GOP candidates.

This week, a Ted Cruz ad showed children playing with Trump dolls and advocating eminent domain.

"I looked at these negative ads against me," Trump said. "They're so wrong and so disgusting."

Trump said he wants to run an aspirational, positive campaign, but if his competitors go negative, he will be forced to as well.

He explained that the Republican establishment is so upset with him because he refuses to be bought by donors and lobbyists.

"I don't need any donors, I don't have any special interests," Trump said. "My special interests are the people of America."

Watch more above and see Trump discuss how he'll get the African-American vote in the clip below.

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