Goldberg: 'Trump Is a Symbol - A Middle Finger Aimed at Everything'

Crowley: If Trump or Cruz Wins WH Bid, the GOP Establishment 'Is Done'

Tantaros: Trump Asking MSNBC Hosts to 'Make Us Look Good' Was No Big Deal

Donald Trump joined Fox and Friends this morning on the heels of his big victory in the Nevada caucuses, his third straight electoral win.

"A couple months ago we weren't expected to win this one, you know that, right? We weren't," Trump told the crowd in his victory speech last night.

"Of course if you listen to the pundits, we weren't expected to win too much. And now we're winning, winning, winning the country -- and soon the country is going to start winning, winning, winning."

Entrance polls found that Trump won big among voters who described themselves as "angry" and among those who want a political "outsider."

But he also came out way ahead among Hispanic voters, despite his strong stance on illegal immigration and calls for a border wall.

Trump said in a phone interview this morning that the numbers show Hispanic and African-American voters support him because they believe he can create jobs. 

He was asked about Sen. Marco Rubio's comments earlier in the show, in which he said that Trump must start providing details behind his "Make America Great Again" promise.

Trump said he's not "an angry person," but that millions of Americans are "very angry" about the economy, ObamaCare, border security and the Iran deal, among other things. 

"Marco can say what he wants ... but soon we won't be angry because if I win we're gonna get all those things fixed," he said.

Trump pushed back against the argument that once the race narrows further, Rubio or Cruz could start to come out on top. 

"[The pundits] have been saying I've reached my ceiling for approximately six months," said Trump, adding that he will gain voters if other candidates drop out. 

Watch the full interview above.

Carson: Media Ran With Obama 'Raised White' Comment

Rubio: Obama Closing Gitmo 'Leaves America More Vulnerable'

TUNE IN: GOP Candidates Face TX Voters in 2-Hour 'Kelly File' Town Hall