Trump Becomes Presumptive Nominee: 'Now We're Going After Hillary'
Donald Trump delivered remarks in New York City after a dominant win in the Indiana primary, which prompted Ted Cruz to suspend his campaign and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus to declare him the "presumptive nominee."
He said that, now, his campaign is "going after Hillary Clinton."
"She will not be a great president, a good president. She will be a poor president. She does not understand trade."
Trump had kind words for Cruz, calling him "one hell of a competitor."
"He is a tough, smart guy and has got an amazing future. So, I want to congratulate Ted."
Trump slammed Hillary Clinton for her recent comments about coal mining and vowed to resurrect the industry in places like Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
"The miners are going to start to work again, believe me. You're going to be proud again to be miners,"
Trump said his campaign would win big in November and then shared his optimistic vision for the nation.
"This country, which is very, very divided in so many different ways is going to become one, beautiful loving country. And we're going to love each other. We're going to cherish each other. We're going to take care of each other, and we're going to have great economic development."
He spoke of the urgent need for unity within the Republican Party, saying "it's so much easier if we have it."
Trump also looked back on the long year of campaigning which took him across the nation.
“It's been some unbelievable day and evening and year, and I've never been through anything like this, but it's a beautiful thing to watch and a beautiful thing to behold, and we're gonna make America great again,” Trump said.