At a campaign rally in Dubuque, Iowa, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump reacted to new poll numbers, which he called "nothing short of tremendous."

He pointed out that Public Policy Polling had him dominating the GOP field with 35 percent of the vote in New Hampshire.

Trump added that a Monmouth University poll had him at 30 percent in South Carolina, and the new Gravis/OANN national poll had him at an incredible 40 percent.

In addition, the Iowa corn kernel poll has him leading by a substantial margin with 36 percent.

"I want the election tomorrow!" Trump said to a cheering crowd in Dubuque. "Can we call for an immediate election, please? I want an immediate election!"

Watch the video above.

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